Mayara Vivian is one of the leaders of a protest movement that rattled Brazil to its core in 2013.
Frustrations mounts as one in six students fails to graduate from high school.
Locals in the deep south are trying to uncover the truth about race hate crimes committed in America's Civil Rights era.
Gustavo Petro's legal team has filed more than 500 complaints to the Constitutional Court about his ousting.
Voters have given the Socialist leader another chance to deliver a radical shift in social equality
One university is attempting a radical approach to healing the healthcare system.
Argentina is left soul searching after a wave of violent looting killed 13 as police went on strike for higher pay.
Twenty-eight Spaniards travel to Argentina to find closure 40 years after General Francisco Franco's death.
Fiordeliza Matos tells us of a complex identity on a divided island.
Funeral held for football fan killed after crane smashed into Brazil's almost completed World Cup stadium.
Country goes to polls hopeful for finding solution to security, debt and unemployment problems.