Marielle Franco
On Black Awareness Day, Brazilians march for rights and the end of black genocide

Demonstrators took to the streets in several cities to celebrate black activists and a different project for society

Latest developments in the Marielle Franco case and how Bolsonaro could be involved

Scoops, controversies, and threats of authoritarianism marked last week in one of Brazil’s most notorious cases

Angela Davis in Brazil: The right to live is a basic right and should include land

US political activist and author spoke with Brasil de Fato during her visit to MST national school

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

“What do you mean they killed Marielle?”

Female and black activists recall the day they heard the news about the murder of the councilwoman from Rio de Janeiro

Marielle Franco’s death, one year later: Demonstrations in Brazil and the world

Protesters are taking to the streets to demand justice and honor Franco and Anderson Gomes in at least 14 countries

One year without Marielle Franco

One year after the brutal murders of Rio de Janeiro councilwoman Marielle Franco and her driver Anderson Gomes, the question of who ordered the assassination still remains

In Brazil, hundreds of landless women occupy lands of sexual abuser

800 landless women occupied one of the farms of ‘João de Deus’ who has been accused on multiple accounts of sexual abuse and violence

Two former police officers arrested over murder of Marielle Franco and Anderson Gomes

Men were arrested this morning in Rio, but it is still unclear who ordered the execution

Relatives of Marielle Franco murder suspect were staffers at Bolsonaro son’s office

Mother and wife of ex-officer-turned-chief of “Crime Office” also had connections with Flávio Bolsonaro’s ex-aide

Bolsonaro’s ‘gift’ to Salvini: Cesare Battisti, leftist militant in exile, extradited to Italy

Cesare Battisti, who has been in exile since 1981, was granted refugee status by former president Lula da Silva as a humanitarian gesture. He is accused of being involved in four murders, a charge he has denied.

In Buenos Aires, all roads lead to resistance

Activists from across Latin America and the world marched on Friday November 30 to reject the G20 Summit which brings together and celebrates the most powerful and divisive leaders of the world and their anti-people policies

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