Sem Terrinha - Children of the MST

The education and development of children are an important part of the MST.  A priority when an encampment is established is the establishment of education and cultural programs for children.  The MST has developed a pedagogy based on its relationship to the land.  In these short videos, the role of the "sem terrinha" (little landless) is portrayed.  These videos are based on the drawings and explanations of the sem terrinha.

Part 1 of the video:

Bay Area FMST Organizing for April 17, 2011

The Bay Area Chapter of the Friends of the MST is organizing events for April 17, 2011 on the theme:

International Day of Peasant Struggle: Celebrate solidarity between global and local struggles for food sovereignty and food justice. The event will include films, workshops, performances, and food.

To help with planning and organizing or to keep informed on the event, contact the Bay Area FMST at:


History of ENFF

  • Posted on: 10 January 2011
  • By: admin

The Escola Nacional Florestan Fernandes (ENFF) was born out of a desire to think, plan, organize and develop political and ideological training for MST's activists and leaders, as well as for the working class.  A school that is many schools, ENFF is a physical space beyond geographical limits, facilitating the development and implementation of educational programs throughout Brazil.