Category: Brazil

Jake Johnson: Lula Launches Campaign To Unseat Bolsonaro

“Brazil will have the opportunity to decide which country it will be for the next few years, and for generations to come”

Rebecca Tarlau: How movements can maintain radical vision while winning practical reforms

Forty years of struggle by Brazil’s landless workers movement offers lessons on engaging the system without being co-opted

Sean T. Mitchell: Greenwald’s Bombshell Brazil Scoops Have Curious Blindspot for US Involvement

Review of Securing Democracy: My Fight for Press Freedom and Justice in Bolsonaro’s Brazil, by Glenn Greenwald

Stellan Vinthagen: A radical land occupation in Brazil shows how to reimagine our societies for the better

Brazil’s MST have achieved something even Gandhi never could: the combination of constructive alternatives with broad-based resistance

Roberto Robaina: ‘Millions have their hopes set on a Bolsonaro defeat’

With Brazil’s extreme right president Jair Bolsonaro up for re-election later this year, the desire to have him thrown out of office is running high

Extinction Rebellion: Brazil Is On Fire

Healing the lungs of our home

Andrew Fishman: Bolsonaro Gave Brazil’s Army New Powers

President Jair Bolsonaro’s 2022 electoral hopes have dimmed, but the military isn’t ready to give up its new riches and influence.

Andrew Fishman: In Presidential Polls, Brazil’s Lula Leads Judge Who Locked Him Up

Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, Jair Bolsonaro, and Sergio Moro, three major candidates in Brazil’s 2022 election, have a turbulent and intertwined past

Alexandre Conceição: The Landless Workers Movement’s fight for popular agrarian reform

Interview with Alexandre Conceiçao from the Landless Workers Movement, one of the largest social movements in Latin America with an estimated 1.5 million members.

Jean Wyllys: Brazil, Amazon, World: Sociopathy vs Democracy

The person of Jair Messias Bolsonaro, who neatly fits the definition of a sociopath, tells us a lot about the sociopathic political system that has thrown him up, and which he embodies

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