Anna-Cat Brigida is a web editor for teleSUR English. She has covered politics, immigration and human rights as a freelance journalist in Latin America, reporting from Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador, Colombia and Argentina for publications including LA Times, The Daily Beast, Vice’s Broadly, Al Jazeera, and BBC, among others. She is currently based in Quito, Ecuador.
- Former TV comedian sweeps to power in Guatemalan presidential race
- Guatemalans go to the polls Sunday, with only vague impressions of candidates
- Deadly Guatemala City mudslide was preceded by hazard warnings
- Judge OKs prosecution of former Guatemalan president on fraud charges
- Run-off expected in Guatemala race as ex-president waits in military jail
- Who will face comedian in Guatemalan presidential runoff? It’s too close to call
The Daily Beast
- Argentina’s most bad-ass drug boss might finally be out of action
- The Pablo Escobar legacy: Virgin auctions in Medellin
- Deporting people to their doom in murderous Central America
- Witnesses expose Ronald Reagan’s dirty secret in Guatemala
- Cubans still fleeing Castro while they can
- You can now get fined for street harassment in Argentina
- A look inside ‘rage rooms,’ where you destress by smashing things
- ‘I didn’t have anywhere to run’: Migrant women are facing a rape epidemic
- What it’s like to be a female guerrilla fighter in Colombia
- El Salvador’s invisible victims of domestic violence
- The life you lose as a child bride in Guatemala
- Fighting for the murdered women of Buenos Aires
- Will Colombia’s child soldier recruiters face justice?
- Mexico a ‘death trap for migrants’ one year after new border program launched
- Trauma lingers in US for Honduran family scarred by gang murder
- Violence against women is rampant in El Salvador, but that’s about to change
- This country’s indigenous courts serve justice in less than 24 hours
- Meet one man who escaped El Salvador’s cycle of violence
- The women in El Salvador starting businesses to escape domestic abuse
- Guatemala security: ‘Those who can afford it buy protection’
- Turning guerrilla fighters into entrepreneurs
Christian Science Monitor
- To battle drug-traffickers, Argentina takes a risk and uses military
- Retrial of ex-dictator Rios Montt: Will a changed Guatemala shine through?
- Guatemala: Anti-corruption spirit ebbs ahead of elections. Can it be revived?
Roads & Kingdoms
- Life in a Landfill
- The Bones of Guatemala’s disappeared
- Deportees wanted. Must speak English.
- Hearing Voices
- The cricket team offers young Guatemalans an unusual refuge from violence
- The Juan Valdez of Colombia’s flower industry: Meet the face of Santa Elena’s 19th century silletero tradition
- Guatemalan MC Rebeca Lane is behind Latin America’s new feminist hip-hop tour