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Chico Mendes’ daughter remembers him on the 31st anniversary of his assassination

Angela Mendes, the daughter of Brazilian environmentalist Chico Mendes, reflects on his legacy and the actions being taken today to continue the work he started

With more than 300,000 infected in a week, Brazil goes back to peak levels of COVID-19

The pandemic has been advancing at increased rates for more than a month; number of deaths has accelerated for four weeks

Traditional right advances, left practices unity: an overview of the 2020 Brazilian elections

Non-Bolsonaro aligned right elected most mayors in country’s capitals; 11 of 13 tickets supported by him failed

Brazilian municipal elections: Where the left grew, where the liberal right maintained its hegemony

The largest cities in the country, São Paulo (SP) and Rio de Janeiro (RJ) will have a second round of voting on November

What’s at stake in Brazil’s municipal elections this Sunday

The first elections since Bolsonaro took office are marred by the pandemic and fragmentation within the left

Tapi Yawalapiti: “My father died fighting for Indigenous peoples, defending the land”

A victim of COVID-19, chief Aritana Yawalapiti, historical leader of the Xingu, died on August 5

Five years after the crime at Mariana, those affected remain homeless

Bento Rodrigues and Paracatu de Baixo are experiencing construction delays; in Gesteira they haven’t even begun

Brazilian parliamentarians denounce gov’t absence in combating wildfires in the Pantanal region

If the Jair Bolsonaro government doesn’t act, “we will have to see if the rain puts out the fires,” says lawmaker

The National Guard and the MST in the state of Bahia: Understand what’s happening

The conflict began on September 2 after a court order from the Justice Ministry. The case is related to land reform

MST promises to replace “every brick” torn down in eviction of landless families

Residents of the Quilombo Campo Grande Camp were victims of a violent eviction last Friday (14th)

Understand the circumstances in which abortion is legal in Brazil

Ending a pregnancy in case of sexual abuse or when the woman’s life is at risk, has been the law of the land since 1940

After 60 hours of resistance, MST camp is violently evicted

Police destroyed 20-year-old homes and agroecological crops during the violent eviction

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