Over 420,000 people across 213 Brazilian cities participated in the protests against President Jair Bolsonaro over his mishandling of the COVID-19 pandemic among other things
In this episode, we look at global International Women’s Day celebrations as well as the recent ruling that overturned the convictions against former Brazilian president Lula da Silva.
From Argentina to Mexico, millions of women took to the streets to demand equality in the most unequal region of the world, and to proclaim that they refuse to continue being marginalized, discriminated against, excluded, and murdered
There is only one way to stop the death, hunger, and unemployment that haunt us, a reality for thousands of Brazilian households: Bolsonaro and all his corrupt, militarized government must be immediately impeached, writes historian Maria Fernanda Marcelino
The pandemic’s trajectory in the nation has been characterized by political controversies, the absence of a national plan to combat the illness, and the dismissal of preventive measures.
In the letter, the MST highlights the key struggles for the next period in defense of the life and rights of the Brazilian people. They declare that forcing Bolsonaro out is urgent and necessary.
The largest cities in the country, São Paulo (SP) and Rio de Janeiro (RJ) will have a second round of voting on November
Bolsonaro’s grave mismanagement of the virus has made Brazil the global epicenter of COVID-19.
The situation of the Minister of Education was unsustainable after he participated in a series of anti democracy rallies
The member of MST’s national board analyzes the current international and Brazilian contexts in wake of the coronavirus pandemic
Amid government neglect and irresponsibility, social movements have reaffirmed that only the people will save the people.
In response to Bolsonaro’s callousness towards dealing with the crisis, fresh cacerolazos took place in many cities. Talks of his impeachment have also begun to gain strength.