Ismael Lopez Ocampo offers a useful reported summary of what is happening in Nicaragua now, for the Washington Post.
Report on how the two Honduran boys were killed by organized crime in Tijuana, by Emily Green, for Vice.
In an interview, the director of Salvadoran penal centers urges the state to invest in prisons and believes in rehabilitation of gang members. In Spanish, by Roberto Valencia in El Faro.
For those who like stories on evangelical megachurches, Nómada republished a profile by Paola Hurtado of famous evangelical pastor Carlos “Cash”. In Spanish.
“A Salvadoran women’s theater troupe tackles violence…and healing” on Wall Street Journal, by Juan Forero. Haven’t been able to go past pay wall - which is unfortunate as it looks good.
Luis Von Ahn, CEO of Duolingo and Guatemalan, paid $600 to Google Consumer Surveys to launch a survey on whether people approve of Guatemala’s president and CICIG. He claims the results are similar to those of international surveys. More information can be found on Nómada and Von Ahn’s twitter account.
i am very excited for projects made by Central Americans this year - i've heard many of you tell me what you're working on (zines, academia, podcasts, journalism, music, poetry, research, diplomacy...) and all i can say is: let's do this!!💪
5:02 PM - 1 Jan 2019
… and a special shout-out to those who work on Central America and with Central Americans!
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