Reporting Hate is a four-part Fronteras Desk series that takes a look at the roots of intolerance and prejudice in the Americas today. Each piece is a unique profile on an individual exploring specific kinds of conflicts and tensions in their lives arising from their identity.
Leaving the Navajo community for the larger world wasn’t this man’s challenge; coming home to the reservation was as he feels like his old roots try to pull him back down. →
Mexico’s macho culture still very much mocks being gay. It plays out in soccer matches and on the streets. So what do you do when your own family doesn’t know? →
The Nahuatl of Mexico are the descendants of the country’s Aztecs. But modern Nahuatl are insulted and sometimes openly mocked for speaking their indigenous language in a Spanish-speaking Mexico. →