Ana Martinez is a Spring 2014 intern.
Confronting Chicago’s Tortured Past
Last year, Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel issued an apology for a spate of police torture during the 1970s and 80s, during which the Chicago Police Department arrested and tortured an estimated 118 African-American men... MORE
The ITT List · July 7, 2014
UN Blast of U.S. Human Rights Record Goes Mostly Unnoticed
U.S. media outlets have largely ignored a UN report noting America's human rights violations. MORE
Features · June 5, 2014
Will the EU Elections Change Fate of Spanish Anti-Choice Bill?
After the 2014 European parliamentary elections, the two main parties in Spain—the ruling right-wing People’s Party (PP) and the left-wing Socialist Workers Party (PSOE)—lost 17 seats in the European... MORE
The ITT List · June 2, 2014
Despite a New Constitution, the Fight for Gender Equality in Tunisia Continues
After more than two years of arguments and concessions between Islamic and secular parties, on January 26, the Tunisian National Constituent Assembly ratified the country’s new Constitution. When it was signed, assembly... MORE
The ITT List · April 11, 2014
Spaniards Say No to Privatized Healthcare
Nationwide outcry killed a proposal to privatize Madrid's hospitals. MORE
Act Locally · March 18, 2014