Tens of thousands of migrants from around make a grueling trek the length of South America to the US. Many don't make it past Tapachula, on Mexico's southern border.
Follow two young Salvadoran boys in a desparate bid to join their parents in the US, and meet other migrants along the way. (Spanish language.)
There is so much more to Haiti than earthquakes and poverty. Meet the extraordinary Haitians living everyday lives in extraordinary circumstances in this ongoing podcast series.
On the barricades
Striking workers and peasants organizations have taken over the city of Oaxaca and forced the government into hiding. At night, protesters man barricades of burnt out buses, while convoys of heavily armed police slip through the streets. One patrol approaches a barricade...
Crossing a minefield
Three thousand villagers in the mountains of southern Colombia are surrounded by landmines. Many villagers were evacuated, but now some are going back. They'll have to pick their way through the minefield.
Missing the train
Filiberto knows these rails well, but this time he's travelling with his daugher. A whistle blows, the engines lurch, and in the panic, the couple can't be found.
A seven part podcast in Haitian Creole about unusual aspects of inequality. Topics included street begging, handicapped transport, and access to recreation. Reporter Phares Jerome and I produced this story on plastic recycling.
I co-hosted this one hour radio special on Haiti, which also features two field reports I produced and others I helped develop. The program was produced by Beverly Abel.