May 25, 2015

Belize: More Equitable Land Distribution Vital For Reversing Growing Inequality

In many cases, these same few persons exercise significant influence over large tracts of the 1,434,119 hectares owned by government, by virtue of their influence over [...]
May 22, 2015

Caleb Orozco reveals Belizeans’ casual anti-LGBT stance in N.Y. Times Magazine profile

“I’ve come to realize that I’ve sacrificed my life to this work,” he said to author Julia Scott. “And I wake up to an empty bed [...]
May 22, 2015

The Big Game

A while ago, journalist extraordinaire Glenn Tillett told me a story that has resonated over time.  According to Glenn, there was a farmer who lived out in [...]
May 20, 2015

The Two Headed Monster: Debt and Development

The blue monster ruled Belize from 1998 – 2008, while the red monster has ruled Belize from 2008 to current.
May 20, 2015

Daughter of Paul Signorino, Belize’s latest American murder victim, speaks

She sent these words to us in Belize:
May 20, 2015

The Politics of Intimidation, fear and victimization in Belize and our world democracies

Wednesday, May 20th, 2015. In my country of birth Belize and many other so called democratic countries in the world, the citizens of these nations continue [...]
May 19, 2015

It’s a Jungle Out there: A Sad State of Affairs in the Kingdom Belize

Once upon a time---in a lush kingdom of tropical splendor that was once home to creative, intellectually curious and inventive indigenous peoples—two political parties arose within [...]
May 18, 2015

A Parable: Why Belize’s Howler Monkeys are Having the Last Scream

Deep within the Black Howler Monkey Sanctuary located northwest of Belize City, an enormous gathering of these black “baboons” came together to figure out why the [...]