Articles by Marie Trigona

Marie Trigona is an independent journalist based in Argentina. She can be reached through her blog: www.mujereslibres.blogspot.com.

Below are the collected articles Trigona has written for Toward Freedom.

Justice Out of Argentina’s Dark Past: Dictatorship Era Torturers Sentenced

Grassroots Unionism Under Attack in Argentina: Killing of Activist Sparks Protests

Impunity in Print: How Argentine Newspapers Benefited from the Dictatorship

Argentina Passes Gay Marriage Law

Latin America: Impunity in Plan Condor’s Shadows

Argentina a Step Closer to Same-Sex Marriage

Latin America: Impunity in Plan Condor’s Shadows

Argentina a Step Closer to Same-Sex Marriage

Argentina Revisits Dictatorship: A Year of Human Rights Trials

Where is Luciano Arruga? Disappeared in Argentina's Democracy

Argentina: Disappearing Farmers, Disappearing Food

The Soy Republic of Argentina

Lucio, The Good Bandit: Reflections of an Anarchist

May Day Special: Talking With Workers Around the World

Argentina's Soy Storm: Tensions Rising Among Farmers

Thirty Two Years Later, Argentines Still Seeking Disappeared

Argentina: Priest Imprisoned for Dirty War Crimes

Iraq War Veteran Speaks Out

Argentina: Hotel Bauen's Workers Without Bosses Face Eviction

Argentina: Thirty-One Years After Coup, Disappearances and Terror Back on the Streets

Zanon: Worker Managed Production, Community and Dignity

Argentina's Mothers of Plaza de Mayo Pass on a Legacy of Defending Human Rights