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What is at stake in the early general elections in Ecuador?

Ahead of the early general elections in Ecuador, Professor Pablo Meriguet spoke to Peoples Dispatch about the reality on the ground and the significance of the upcoming electoral process for the country

Fighting remilitarization in Japan

Japanese peace activist Seishi Hinada talks about the policy of militarization pursued by the Fumio Kishida government and the campaign against US bases in Okinawa

Greater Boston fights for justice for Bangladeshi immigrant killed by police

Sayed Faisal was killed by Cambridge police after appearing to have a mental health crisis. Peoples Dispatch spoke to local activist Suhail Purkar regarding the struggle

50 years after Roe v Wade, what does reproductive justice look like in the US?

On January 22, thousands of women gathered in rallies in different cities across the United States to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Roe v Wade and demand reproductive freedom and their right to bodily autonomy and equality.

50 years since Roe secured abortion rights, women across the US are left in the dust

Peoples Dispatch spoke to Jenice Fountain of the Yellowhammer Fund about the impact of Dobbs on those in the Deep South