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Today the Pastoral Commission on Land (Comissão Pastoral da Terra, CPT ) is publishing data about rural conflicts in Brazil in the year 2017.


The Pastoral Commission on Land released today their...

The Boston FMST chapter along with other groups protested the presence of Sérgio Moro, prosecutor of Lula, at Harvard Law School on April 16, 2018. Moro was invited to speak by the Harvard Law Brazilian...

Members of People Without Fear Front took over beachside apartment to denounce irregularities in ex-president’s trial

                        Dozens protest inside the apartment...

With the arrest of ex-president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva to serve a 12-year sentence, Brazil’s rightwing is attempting to complete its parliamentary coup begun with the impeachment of Dilma Rousseff. A brief recap of the events leading to Lula’s imprisonment on April 7 is useful.

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New appeals and popular pressure can be crucial for Brazil’s ex-president to get favorable court ruling

              Jurists and social movements call supporters to keep on fighting...

Demanding "Free Lula Now!" and "Defend Brazilian Democracy," FMST chapters and Brazilians for Democracy and Social Justice protested at the Brazilian consulates in Chicago and Washington D.C. In the coming weeks, there will be more protests at Brazilian embassies and consulates throughout the world.

WASHINGTON D.C.

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The action in solidarity with Lula da Silva could face a crackdown after defying a court order prohibiting the encampment.

A two-day "Democracy Camp" that kicked off Tuesday (April 10,...

Demonstrations demand freedom for former president Lula, on the day of his possible arrest
 

A democratic vigil of popular movements accompanies Lula at the Metalworkers'...

Federal Police agents charged peaceful pro-Lula vigil while protesters against former president did not suffer crackdown

Lula supporter faces Riot Police...

Lula da Silva delivered a passionate speech before turning himself in to the federal police.

Luis Inicio Lula da Silva is greeted by supporters on Saturday...

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