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Mexico’s Supreme Court ratifies order to halt cultivation of GMO corn and other stories

Today we look at a ruling by Mexico’s Supreme Court upholding a ban on GMO corn, ongoing violence against protestors in Swaziland, and more

Brazil’s Supreme Court rules that Sérgio Moro was partial when convicting Lula

Minister Cármen Lúcia changed her vote from 2018 and flipped the ruling against the former judge Sérgio Moro

What’s at stake in Brazil’s municipal elections this Sunday

The first elections since Bolsonaro took office are marred by the pandemic and fragmentation within the left

Victims of reopening in Brazil: Stories of those who contracted COVID-19 going back to work

São Paulo begins a new phase of reopening, but flexibility has its victims, expert warns of infection rate increase

Reopening in São Paulo is sending “population to the slaughterhouse,” warns COVID-19 specialist

Domingos Alves questions the criteria used to allow the reopening, arguing that the decision goes against data

The human toll of COVID-19 in Brazil

The corona crisis has also brought to the forefront the crisis in Brazil’s healthcare system. The Sistema Único de Saúde – SUS -, Brazil’s publicly funded health system has been facing dire budget cuts over the past several years while the private system has been steadily growing.

Brazil’s right wing rallies against physical distancing

Amid government neglect and irresponsibility, social movements have reaffirmed that only the people will save the people.

15 years of the Florestan Fernandes National School

The MST school that was inaugurated on January 23, 2005 works with Marxist classics and popular education methods

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

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

Sao Paulo witnesses massive demonstrations against public transport fare hikes

The mayor of Sao Paulo, Brazil, declared a hike in the fares of buses and subway by 7.5% in December.

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