Category: Chile

Bree Busk: Chile’s feminist movement is here to stay

Over the course of 2018, Chilean feminists established their movement through student resistance and the transnational fight for legal abortion

Marcos Montecinos: Chilean Dockworkers Organize Month-Long Strike

Face Down Police in Rooftop Standoff

Ariel Dorfman: Can “Roma” Teach Trump’s America the Value of Compassion?

Staying in Santiago, Chile, at the moment, I see echoes and reflections of Cleo – the servant at the heart of Alfonso Cuarón’s wondrous film Roma – everywhere

Will Stronge: Cybersocialism

A report on an early attempt at high-tech economic organisation

Salvador Allende: Allende’s Last Speech

Salvador Allende died 45 years ago in a US-backed coup. Here’s his final address, broadcast over the radio while he was barricaded in the presidential palace

Pilar Villanueva: The Riots of Chile’s New Generations

From the Struggle for Free Education to the Feminist Student Movement

Jeff Abbott: Centuries of Resistance

The Mapuche Indigenous Struggle in Chile Continues

Ramona Wadi: A Repressive Status Quo

As Chile’s president-elect Sebastian Piñera promises to perfect its anti-terror laws, repression against the Mapuche people seems likely to increase during his second presidential term

Ariel Dorfman: A Lesson on Immigration From Pablo Neruda

Where are the presidents who welcome destitute refugees with open arms despite the most virulent slander against them?

Ariel Dorfman: How to Read Donald Trump

On Burning Books But Not Ideas

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