Tamara Pearson

Tamara Pearson is a long time journalist based in Latin America, and author of The Butterfly Prison. Her writings can be found at her blog.

Guatemalan and Mexican Governments Use Pandemic to Turn Back Caravan of Thousands of Refugees

US Drinking Beer, Producing Cars and Military Tech at the Expense of Mexican lives

Strange and Excessive Abuses by Corporations, Officials, and Narcos are Slipping Under the Radar in Mexico

Strange and Excessive Abuses by Corporations, Officials, and Narcos are Slipping Under the Radar in Mexico

The Self-Centered Rich Country Response to Pandemics and Crises is Wrecking Poor Countries

All the Devastating Epidemics That Coronavirus is Distracting Us From

Mexicans Building a Feminist Internet Face Challenges

US and Corporations Key Factors Behind Most Violent Year Yet in Mexico

Why You Shouldn’t Listen to Trump and the Super Rich When It Comes to Beauty

Children Battling Unhealthy Body Images Need a Different Narrative About Beauty

Everything the Western Mainstream Media Outlets Get Wrong When Covering Poor Countries

Why Mexico’s Next President is No Friend of Migrants

Indifference to a Hellish World

US Shootings: Gun Industry Killing More People Overseas

Gun Industry Killing More People Overseas

Mansions and Slums: the Inequality of Living Space

Celebrating Mexico’s Independence Day Under the Shadow of a Giant Wall

Mexico Already Has a Giant Wall, and a Mining Company Helped to Build It

Clickbait v Political Impact: Alternative Journalism as Social Media Becomes the New News Source

The Colors of Tragedy: Paris and the Media

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