Anna-Cat Brigida

Anna-Cat Brigida

Anna-Cat Brigida is a freelance journalist covering politics, immigration and human rights in Latin America. She has reported from Guatemala, Colombia and Argentina.

Human Rights

El Mozote massacre: Waiting for justice nearly 40 years later

Juan Antonio Pereira watched as soldiers gunned down his wife and children. Now, the accused are finally standing trial.

El Mozote massacre: Waiting for justice nearly 40 years later

El Salvador

Trial of Salvadoran rape survivor for abortion delayed

Judge postpones trial of Imelda Cortez, accused of aggravated attempted homicide, after prosecutor fails to show up.

Trial of Salvadoran rape survivor for abortion delayed

Women's Rights

Salvadoran rape survivor faces prison for giving birth in toilet

Imelda Cortez is charged with aggravated attempted homicide after giving birth to stepfather's child in a latrine.

Salvadoran rape survivor faces prison for giving birth in toilet

Latin America

Intipuca: A town that relies on remittances braces for end of TPS

Residents of eastern El Salvador town worry about how they will survive after the end of US Temporary Protected Status.

Intipuca: A town that relies on remittances braces for end of TPS

International Women's Day

Fighting for the murdered women of Buenos Aires

A woman is murdered every 30 hours in Argentina, a disproportionate number of them in informal slum settlements.

Fighting for the murdered women of Buenos Aires