Why We Protest
Why We Protest: Colombia
In this episode of “Why We Protest”, VICE embeds with some of the youth at the forefront of Colombia’s protest movement.
The War On Drugs
Why Cocaine Is Worth $150,000 Per Kilo
We follow the money to find out how the cocaine industry actually works, why it functions the way it does and who bears the responsibility.
The New Normal
Selling Colombian Food Out Of A Bedroom Window
Through her project La TropiKitchen, Stephanie Bonnin makes handcrafted Colombian food and sells it from her apartment in Bushwick, Brooklyn.
Dispatches From a Colombian Prison Inmate Takeover
Following a riot, inmates have taken over an overcrowded prison in Colombia. ‘Boris’ – a Colombian national who grew up in London’s Grenfell Tower – shares his story.
VICE Shorties LATAM / web
Cute Kids vs. J. Balvin
Invitamos a un grupo de niños a entrevistar a J. Balvin. Esto es lo que sucedió.
Enciclopedia de la comida latinoamericana
Medellín's Hot Dogs
Welcome to the Encyclopedia of Latin American food. In this series we travel across the continent to investigate and try the most popular dishes of each place.
Bogotá's Best Late Night Food - Drunk Eats
The capital city of Colombia, Bogotá, has a bustling nightlife with plenty of late night food options.
El Naya: Colombia's Hidden Cocaine-Smuggling Route
On this episode of VICE INTL, VICE Colombia takes a trip along El Naya, a hidden Colombian smuggling route that locals have used to traffic cocaine for decades.
Inside Colombia's Public Beauty Pageant for Indigenous Trans Women
VICE meets members of the region's thriving indigenous trans community and follows along as they work through family struggles, hormone treatments, and organize a public beauty pageant.
Inside Colombia's Temple of Lucifer
Víctor Damián Rozo claims to be the very son of the devil and has built the only temple in the world to worship Satan.
Woman / Extra Scene
FARC Commander Antonia Simon Narino on Finding Peace in Colombia
Antonia Simon Narino describes her experience as a rebel commander in the FARC guerilla movement and her hopes for peace within Colombia.
VICE News Shorts
Colombia's Cocaine Paradox: Coca Crops vs. Cancer Risks
Colombia’s new peace deal with the country’s largest rebel group may lead to farmers who grow coca, the plant used to manufacture cocaine.