Enduring brutal police and military repression, hundreds of thousands of Colombians continue to remain on the streets against neoliberalism and violence, for life, peace, justice and democracy
Today we look at the violent raid by Israeli forces on the Al-Aqsa mosque, the armed attack on an Indigenous minga in Colombia, and more
In the face of a state that assassinates its own people, the Colombian people remain on the streets and continue resisting.
This episode looks at Colombia’s National Civic Strike in 1977 which made history for bringing the masses to the street and for the intense state repression, similar dynamics that are being observed during the strike today
After a week of mass mobilizations and violent state repression, Colombians remain on the streets to demand that the government respect the fundamental rights of the people
Today we look at the violence against protesters in Colombia, protests demanding the release of detained activists in Thailand, and more
In the past five days of national strike and nationwide mobilizations across Colombia, the national security forces have unleashed an unprecedented level of repression against peaceful protesters, killing at least 21 people, injuring around 100 and arresting over 650 protesters
Reports from human rights defenders estimate that at least eight people were killed by police on April 30 in the protests in Cali
Thousands of Colombians, for a second consecutive day, mobilize in rejection of the far-right President Ivan Duque’s neoliberal tax reform, which seeks to make the working class pay for the fiscal deficit incurred due to the COVID-19 pandemic
Today we look at a strike against a neoliberal tax proposal in Colombia, the crackdown on protests against military rule in Chad, and more
Today we look at protests against kidnappings and gang violence in Haiti, a strike for a fair contract by Volvo workers in the US, and more
Today we look at a report on France’s role in the Rwandan genocide, a strike against tax reforms by Colombian trade unions, and more.