Brazilian democracy
Dilma Rousseff: “Torture is about pain and death. They want you to lose your dignity”

Brazil’s ex-president on memory, camaraderie, resistance, and politics 50 years after her political incarceration

Bolsonaro’s Culture secretary fired after quoting Nazi Goebbels

The Brazilian cabinet official claimed he wasn’t familiar with Nazi Germany’s propaganda boss’ speech and blamed advisers

2019 ends with Lula’s freedom and Operation Car Wash in tatters

Exposés debased the investigation and case against Lula and a ruling of the Supreme Court led to Lula’s freedom on November 8

Football match brought together friends of Lula, Chico Buarque, and MST in São Paulo

Event celebrated Brazilian democracy at MST school; ex-president and musician scored goals

Lula: “We have to recover the Brazilian people’s rebellious spirit”

Ex-president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva spoke with Brasil de Fato about his political imprisonment and the situation in the country

Angela Davis in Brazil: The right to live is a basic right and should include land

US political activist and author spoke with Brasil de Fato during her visit to MST national school

Cry of the excluded brings tens of thousands to the streets of Brazil Cry of the Excluded brings tens of thousands to the streets of Brazil

The protests this year saw a massive number of people coming out on the streets to declare their rejection of the policies of Jair Bolsonaro, especially his attacks on public education and the environment

Education Tsunami strikes again in Brazil

Thousands of Brazilians students took to the streets in rejection of far-right president Jair Bolsonaro and his government’s attacks on public education and pensions

CAR WASH EXPOSED How Brazil’s elite conspired to put Lula in jail

The exposé also reveals how one of the driving forces of the Car Wash task force was to prevent a return of Lula’s Workers’ Party (PT) to power.

Smaller-than-promised pro-Bolsonaro rallies call for myriad, authoritarian demands

While organizers promised to “bring the country to a halt,” turnout was lower than education budget cut protests

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