In response to repression by Chilean police, decentralized performances — sparked by small artist collectives — are replacing traditional barricades
Authoritarianism and collective effervescence in Chile
For the last two years and a half women students and faculty have exposed and denounced the rampant sexual abuse and sexist education that take place in Chilean schools and universities
For two months, Chileans have been protesting all over the country on a daily basis
Notes from a Trawün Mapuche in Chile
A few words that captured the arrogance of the ruling class have set in motion a popular movement and widespread unrest that started in Santiago, the capital city of Chile
Same Elites Who Caused Social Crisis Can’t Be Trusted to Write New Constitution
The coverage of Chile’s uprising proves once again that criminality on the part of Western states and their clients is perfectly palatable to corporate journalists whose atrocity, Michael Parenti observes, is always “against the truth.”
Chile may be leading the way to a global political and economic revolution.
Chile’s new generations have become politicized in fragmented protests, marked by cathartic moments of social explosion and the collapse of some pillars that were supposed to be unmovable. The protests sparked by metro fare hikes are the latest chapter exploring the limits of what’s possible.