Lula Livre
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

Brazilian court postpones habeas corpus hearing for Lula

The Supreme Court decided on Tuesday to postpone the habeas corpus hearing which requests the disqualification of former judge Sérgio Moro

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.

Brazil court upholds Lula conviction, reduces sentence

Lawyers call for acquittal of Brazil’s ex-president and claim the superior court did not judge the merits of the case

The 2016 coup in Brazil: the door to disaster

In a Brasil de Fato exclusive article, the ex-president looks into the country’s political scenario today

A day of struggle for Lula’s freedom: 16 Brazilian capitals and 17 countries

Thousands of people took to the streets of Brazil and the world demanding justice for the ex-president

Lula writes letter on 1st Anniversary of Imprisonment: “Exiled in my own country”

On the day that marks one year since he was imprisoned, Lula wrote a message of hope and struggle to inspire supporters

The next steps in the defense of Lula

The case will be heard in two Brazilian courts and in the Human Rights Committee of the United Nations

Do you know why Lula is in prison?

Learn more details about the process that brought the greatest people’s leader in Brazil’s recent history to prison

Lula, beyond politics

The losses and injustices that mark the history of a Luiz Inácio who is a father and grandfather

Rallies in Brazil and the world mark one year since political imprisonment of Lula

Demonstrations will take place in 16 countries to demand freedom for Brazil’s ex-president

Venezuela is paramount because it is the battle of this century: João Pedro Stedile

João Pedro Stedile of the Landless Workers Movement (MST) talks about the recently concluded International Peoples’ Assembly, the assault on Venezuela, and the battles against imperialism and the right wing in Brazil and across the world

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