Agribusiness
João Paulo Rodrigues: “Brazil has a great responsibility in Latin America”

The national leader of the Landless Rural Workers’ Movement spoke about the main issues surrounding the upcoming elections in Brazil

Israeli court orders illegal, forced transfer of Palestinian Bedouins and other stories

Today we look at the Israeli High Court ruling on mass expulsions in Masafer Yatta; a severe anti-abortion law advanced in Louisiana, US; and more

People’s movements take to the streets against evictions throughout Brazil

The Zero Evictions Campaign is calling for demonstrations in cities throughout the country in observance of the Housing for Life day of action

Mexico’s Supreme Court ratifies order to halt cultivation of GMO corn and other stories

Today we look at a ruling by Mexico’s Supreme Court upholding a ban on GMO corn, ongoing violence against protestors in Swaziland, and more

Activists denounce AUKUS alliance as a possible new Cold War and other stories

Today we look at the military pact between Australia, the US, and the UK; sanctions imposed against Guinea’s military junta; and more

‘Brazilians are hungry because they have no income, not because of a lack of production’: João Pedro Stedile

For Stedile, large sections of the bourgeoisie have already manifested their deep dissatisfaction with the Bolsonaro government but have not reached a consensus about an alternative

US Supreme Court ends pandemic-related federal ban on evictions and other stories

Today we look at the lifting of a federal ban on evictions in the US, the Struggle for Life protest by Indigenous communities in Brazil, and more

“Poor rich Haiti” or how imperialists and local oligarchy have sought to destroy agriculture in Haiti

From Haiti, Lautaro Rivara unpacks the tired trope of “poor rich Haiti,” highlighting the role of foreign capital and local elites in the destruction of life in the countryside

Peruvian agricultural workers’ strike met with violent repression

Agricultural workers are mobilizing to demand that the Peruvian government and Congress follow through on their promise to pass a law granting labor rights and ensuring better working conditions for workers in this sector

Green belts protection law, a road to food sovereignty in Argentina

The national deputy, Federico Fagioli, and peasant organizations are promoting a bill to protect, strengthen and regulate food production by family agricultural producers

MST presents Popular Agrarian Reform plan to overcome social and economic crisis

The proposal was presented this Friday June 5; priorities are settling families, generating income, and feeding the population

“Bayer Monsanto means death”: MST women protest outside company HQ in São Paulo

The rally is part of global mobilization to advocate for the environment and fight the use of pesticides