Movimento dos Trabalhadores Sem Terra (MST)
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

“Bayer Monsanto means death”: MST women protest outside company HQ in São Paulo

The rally is part of global mobilization to advocate for the environment and fight the use of pesticides

centro paulo freire 2 MST training center is under threat of eviction

On Monday, a Brazilian federal judge issued an eviction order to the Paulo Freire Training Center of the Landless Rural Workers’ Movement in Pernambuco

Contemporary Challenges for the Working Class and Peasantry in Brazil

Joao Pedro Stedile of the Landless Rural Workers Movement writes about the crisis of capitalism and the situation on the ground in Brazil

Driver rams truck into MST demonstration and kills 73-year-old

An MST member was killed and a journalist was injured after a truck was driven over protesters in Valinhos, São Paulo

João Pedro Stedile of the MST on Bolsonaro, mobilizations and freeing Lula

João Pedro Stedile of the Landless Rural Workers’ Movement of Brazil discusses Brazil under Bolsonaro and the working class mobilizations in the country

Brazil’s natural resources are targets for a capitalism in crisis, says MST leader

In the opening of seminar that debates agrarian and environmental issues, Stedile analyses global economic landscape

MST’s Stedile on 30M rallies: “Demonstrations give us energy to hold general strike”

Landless leader spoke with Brasil de Fato about education budget cut protests and called for general strike on Jun. 14

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

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

Participants of International Peoples’ Assembly face repression, intimidation

Several participants of the Assembly faced acts of intimidation and repression by migratory officials during their trips to and from Venezuela. A journalist was deported on the way to country from Panama

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