Juan Pablo Garnham

Juan Pablo Garnham is editor of CityLab Latino. He lives in Miami.

A rescue worker talks with others below as he stands inside an apartment building whose first four floors collapsed, in the Lindavista neighborhood of Mexico City on Wednesday, September 20, 2017.

The Booming Mexico City Neighborhoods Shaken by the Earthquake

The sought-after enclaves of Condesa and La Roma were among the parts of the city that sustained significant wreckage.

Resurrecting L.A.'s Lost Latino Murals

The city’s walls have been one of the few places for minorities to tell their side of history. But too often, even those attempts have been thwarted.

The Mass Latino School Walkouts In Response to DACA's End

The protest method has a vibrant history in Latino youth communities.

Pedestrians stroll down Las Ramblas in Barcelona in 2015.

Terror In Barcelona’s Pedestrian Heart

Understanding Las Ramblas, the historic street targeted in Thursday’s van attack.

Onlookers in Barcelona in the aftermath of a fatal van attack.

The Barcelona Terror Attack: What We Know

The driver targeted the city’s pedestrian heart in the incident, which killed 14 people and injured many more.

A homeless Iraq war veteran walks out of a shelter in Long Beach in 2009.

To Fight Homelessness, Long Beach Turned Meetings Into Action

Across departments, coordination is key.

Butcher Gerardo 'Tolo' Martínez in a scene from "A Good Butcher."

A Hispanic Butcher Illustrates the Changing Culture of North Carolina

This short documentary offers a glimpse into a butcher's store where whites, African Americans, and Hispanics are united by food.

A Better Way to Confront MS-13

Fear of deportation in immigrant communities will make fighting transnational gangs harder, according to police leaders.

What's Behind the Rise of MS-13?

The street gang that stalks the suburbs of Long Island has become a focus of President Trump’s efforts to link immigration and crime.

Miami's Plan Z bike path

Can a Bike Bridge Make Miami Safer for Cyclists?

Advocates hope this long elevated pathway is just the first step toward changing the city’s bike culture.

Could Immigration Policy Turn Vancouver Into Silicon Valley?

The Canadian city already hosts a range of companies, from Amazon to Hootsuite. After President Trump’s executive order, it could really capitalize on a tech sector built by foreign workers.

Why Did Miami Submit to Trump's Executive Order?

The financial toll of challenging Trump on sanctuary cities is still unknown. But the costs of compliance—in terms of security and impact on immigrant communities—are quite clear.

How a Region in Chile Survived an Earthquake With Just a Couple of Scratches

Most of the buildings and houses in the island of Chiloé are made out of lumber, which can resist strong shakes.

São Paulo Scores Grand Prize in Bloomberg Mayors Challenge

The Brazilian megacity triumphed over urban innovation projects from Colombia, Chile, and Mexico to take home top honors from Bloomberg Philanthropies.

Will Rio Be a 'Smarter' City After the Olympic Games?

The city installed expensive new technology for the event, but a recent study finds the investment might not pay off in the long run.

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