J. Malcolm Garcia

J. Malcolm Garcia is a freelance writer and author of The Khaarijee: A Chronicle of Friendship and War in Kabul and What Wars Leave Behind: The Faceless and the Forgotten. He is a recipient of the Studs Terkel Prize for writing about the working classes and the Sigma Delta Chi Award for excellence in journalism.

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Awareness fosters hope for often-invisible sex-trafficking victims in the Midwest

Outreach in Guatemala City's red-light district: 'We care for you as you are'

Children born with HIV find love in sister-run orphanages in Guatemala, Honduras

Legacy of mining operation lingers in Honduras long after closure

Life-threatening mining is the 'only work' available in Honduras mountains

Murder of Berta Cáceres sends dark message to Honduran environmental activists

Closed mines haunt two towns in Honduras as threats against activists mount

Sisters' school stands out in Guatemalan dump town

Marlin mine has first fatality after decade of operation

Sr. Maudilia López combines Mayan, Christian spirituality

Mining company builds health center the Guatemalan government can't sustain

Gold mine's closing leaves uncertain legacy in Guatemala Mayan community

Chiapas photography project: 'People should be able to speak for themselves'

Sisters offer shelter in Tijuana for women and children escaping violence

Sisters from indigenous groups see special meaning in Pope Francis' visit to Mexico

1980-2015: Memory of El Salvador's church martyrs lives on

Sisters, charities care for the abandoned children of Guatemala

Nuns on the Bus tour aims to 'bridge the divides, transform politics'