Guatemalans Push President to Resign

By BRANDEN WANG, age 11 More than 10,000 Guatemalans, young and old, peacefully protested for former President Molina’s impeachment. PHOTO: Andrés ./Flickr Guatemalan President Otto Pérez Molina resigned after evidence came out that he was involved in a bribery...

Who am I? (November/December 2015)

By EVANGELINE COMEAU-KIRSCHNER, age 10 PHOTO: Cancillería del Ecuador/Flickr I was born to coffee bean farmers on January 9, 1959, in the small town of Laj Chimel, located in the Quiché province of Guatemala. I became prominent in the Guatemalan women’s rights...

The Child Migrant Crisis

The number of unaccompanied children traveling to the United States without an adult guardian has doubled since last year. PHOTO: Reporte43Tamaulipas Crisis at the Border By ALEJANDRA PAULINO, age 12 Since October 2013, more than 63,000 unaccompanied children have...

Connecting Worlds Through Photojournalism

By SAMUEL MARTINEZ, age 12 Through her work, DeCesare learned that gang violence is often both a symptom and a cause of the trauma that the young subjects of her photos had to deal with. PHOTO: Donna DeCesare Photojournalist Donna DeCesare’s newly released bilingual...

U.S. Medical Experiments in Guatemala Uncovered

By JUDI CHENG Following a discovery of U.S. medical experiments in Guatemala, the director of the National Institute of Health said, “This case of unethical human subject research represents an appalling example from a dark chapter in the history of medicine.” PHOTO:...