I danced in the streets after Allende’s victory in Chile 50 years ago. Now I see its lessons for today
Lessons for the US, 50 Years After Allende’s Socialist Revolution in Chile
Over the past months, as cases of COVID-19 have risen, sporadic demonstrations and conflicts with police have erupted around Santiago as residents protest a lack of health measures, food and money to make it though.
Both Chile and the United States have seen massive social upheavals over the past year. The two countries have much to teach each other about how such unrest can translate into substantive political change.
As Chile gets convulsed by the aggravating effects of the Covid-19 pandemic, the structural brutality of copper mining is being starkly outlined
The Covid-19 pandemic has only aggravated inequality and highlighted the need for progressive alternatives
At a time of renewed social struggles for the rights of historically marginalized groups, an indigenous campaign in Chile this week received some positive news
Faced with the emergency the Coronavirus presents to our lives, a feminist emergency plan is –necessarily– one that prioritizes health, life and care above corporate profits
With the U.S. and OAS looking the other way, protesters have been subjected to brutally violent repression
The immediate result of this uprising was to break the conspiracy of the democratic transition, supported by the left and the right, against the class struggle