Pride Controversy in El Salvador: Initial Observations in the Documentation of the History of LGBT Movement

In my first few weeks of interviews with activists to document the history of the LGBT movement in El Salvador, several things have become apparent: It is more accurate to say LGBT “movements.” The way that organization has broken down over time so far seems to be: gay men, transgender women, transgender men, lesbians, andContinue reading “Pride Controversy in El Salvador: Initial Observations in the Documentation of the History of LGBT Movement”

On the Fifth Anniversary of the Honduran Coup, Many Obstacles to a Just Society Remain

Although my CLACS thesis project is to document the history of the LGBT movement in El Salvador, I write today from Tegucigalpa, Honduras, on the fifth anniversary of the coup in this country. I am a CLACS/Journalism M.A. student, and my Honduras trip is in the name of the journalism half of the equation. I’ve spentContinue reading “On the Fifth Anniversary of the Honduran Coup, Many Obstacles to a Just Society Remain”