MADRE Articles

November 2005

Report Back from Guatemala: The Aftermath of Hurricane Stan

Posted on: Tuesday, November 29, 2005

Keywords: Emergency Relief, Guatemala, Latin America and Caribbean

Communities throughout Guatemala were devastated this fall by Hurricane Stan and the horrendous mudslides that followed. Almost half a million people were directly affected by the storm. 35,000 homes were destroyed and an estimated 669 people were killed. In...

After Disaster Relief: 10 Pointers for Charitable Giving that Sustains Social Change

Posted on: Wednesday, November 23, 2005

Keywords: Emergency Relief, Economic Justice

The extraordinary disasters that punctuated 2005—the Asian tsunami, Hurricane Katrina, the mudslides in Central America, and the earthquake in Pakistan to name a few—were each met with an outpouring of charitable giving. This generosity saved thousands of lives and continues...

Top 10 Reasons Why Latin American Women Oppose Bush's Free Trade Agenda

Posted on: Monday, November 7, 2005

Keywords: Latin America and Caribbean, US Foreign Policy, Economic Justice

Bush is branding Latin Americans' broad rejection of his trade agenda at last week's Summit of the Americas in Argentina as an attempt to

Architecture of a Failing State

Posted on: Tuesday, November 1, 2005

Keywords: Emergency Relief, Bush Administration

The Bush Administration's disastrous response to Hurricane Katrina has focused public attention on a dangerous dynamic in the United States. Like few other events in recent memory, Katrina exposed the giant vacuum created by the government's abdication of its essential...


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