Lula Livre
Lula to supporters: “We cannot allow militiamen to destroy the country we have built”

Outside Metal Workers’ Union, ex-president attacked Bolsonaro government and reiterated his will to fight for justice

Lula Is Free.

Ana Paula Vargas and Vijay Prashad reflect on the importance of the release of former president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva from prison and what it means for Brazil and Latin America

Brazil’s ex-president Lula freed after 580 days in prison

Court released him Friday after top court ruled that a person can be incarcerated only after exhausting all remedies

Brazil’s Supreme Court ruling could free Lula

In a 6-5 vote, Brazil’s top court ruled that people cannot be imprisoned until they have exhausted all legal remedies

Lula: “You have no idea how much drive I have to fight”

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

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

Exclusive | Lula: “The Supreme Court will decide whether to follow the Constitution”

Brasil de Fato interviewed ex-president today while the Supreme Court debates a ruling that could lead to his release

I will not trade my dignity for my freedom, says Lula

Former Brazilian president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva refused any relaxation in his conditions of imprisonment and said he would only accept the quashing of the verdict against him and his release

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

In a 10-1 vote, Supreme Court stays Brazil’s Lula transfer to São Paulo

Decision to transfer ex-president was about “shifting focus,” a jurist told Brasil de Fato: “Lula should be released”

From ‘Lula Livre’ to ‘F*ck the Police’, pride is political!

On the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots LGBTQ prides across the Americas have taken on a very overtly political and radical stand, after years of being little more than apolitical spectacles

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