| July 2022, By Alejandro Saldívar

Mercury Fever

Artisanal mercury mining in the Sierra Gorda Biosphere Reserve has destroyed the ecosystem and endangered the lives of miners.

| June 2022, By Dahian Cifuentes

PORTRAITS FROM HAVANA

I am fascinated by those staircases you never know where they lead to. In sum, Havana is a large house that, in every corner, treasures secrets that not even itself knows it must guard.

| December 2021, By Jorge Rodríguez

The last fishers of manjúa

Manjúa is vital to the food security of Indigenous populations in Guatemala.

| December 2021, By Julie Imbert

MACHINES TO REPLACE HANDS IN LIBRARIES

Part of the Médiathèque ‘José Cabanis de Toulouse’ —located in the south of France — is being refurbished. As from now, its employees are going to carry out functions other than personally receiving the books that people return, a task that will instead be handled by a machine. In this photo feature Julie Imbert stops time, capturing snippets of thosehands.

| December 2021, By Felipe Herrera Aguirre

WASHING DISHES IN THE USA

A large percentage of the US economy depends on foreign workforce, Latinos being the fastest growing population being employed. Were all of them expulsed from the country, who would do the dishes? Who would serve them? Or rather, who would do those things white people don’t want to do? 

| November 2021, By Tamara Lajtman

Nine things I can tell about Haiti

Goudou goudou is the sound the earth did while breaking. It’s the onomatopoeia to name the time split, the moment when the night comes while everything is already in the dark.

| November 2021, By Pablo Campaña

TAKING OVER THE MANGROVE

A photographer showed the children who work in a mangrove the images that he took of them along nine years.

| November 2021, By Daniel Wizenberg

THIS IS HOW NORTH KOREA IS FINANCED

North Korea has invested millions in sustaining a threatening image for the West but receives help from the UN to feed its population. Its economy is submerged in illegality.

| November 2021, By Viatori

Giving waters

Access to drinking water is a worldwide problem and Guatemala is not an exception.