Activists hope that Bolivia’s new Constitution, which legally recognizes Afro-Bolivians for the first time, is just one of many new gains for blacks across Latin America.
A new constitution approved handily Sunday also risks dividing the nation.
Bolivians head to the polls Sunday to vote on a controversial new charter that boosts rights for indigenous people and nationalizes gas reserves.
Amid a bid for reelection, Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez's oil subsidy and antipoverty programs may be on the chopping block.
Overlong biopic offers little new to our knowledge of Ernesto 'Che' Guevara as an icon and human being.
The former Colombian hostage visited eight nations this past week pushing for leaders to support efforts to free hostages still held by leftist rebels.
Farmers and food artisans discuss the future of the slow food movement at the biennial Terra Madre.