Indigenous struggle
Brazilian activists slam Bolsonaro’s genocidal climate policy

With both the UN General Assembly and Climate Week taking place in NYC, activists protest deforestation and murders of Indigenous people

During Bolsonaro’s third year in office, 176 Indigenous people were murdered in Brazil

According to the CIMI report, the states of Amazonas, Mato Grosso do Sul and Roraima accounted for 105 deaths

Why lithium power politics are playing out very differently in Chile and Bolivia

The people of Bolivia and Chile imagine a different kind of extraction: one that is controlled by those who live by the resources and one that does not destroy the earth.

Violence is on the rise in Brazil

Violence reigns against poor and working class people in Brazil, and plays a critical role in suppressing popular movements

Sergio Maldonado reveals threats received from the Argentine state following the disappearance of his brother, celebrated activist

August 1 marked five years since the disappearance of Argentine activist Santiago Maldonado. His brother, Sergio, reaffirms the demand for justice.

Chile’s lithium provides profit to the billionaires but exhausts the land and the people

About a third of the world’s lithium comes from Chile. The needs of the people of Chile seem to only come after the needs of the large corporations.

Thousands paid homage to Bruno Pereira and Dom Phillips in São Paulo

Thousands of people attended a tribute to the Indigenous rights activist and journalist held on July 16 in downtown São Paulo

Why “Bolivia is the center of the world” for people’s movements

Bolivia is the center of the world, as is North Dakota or Chiapas, or the poor neighborhoods of Caracas. We have fought to defend life itself, to nourish it, and to watch it grow with dignity.