Message from the leadership of the MST-PE about the criminal Bolsonarist and Neo-Nazi invasion
Brazilian Politics Society and Economy
According to the Health Sector of MST (Movement for Landless Rural Workers in Brazil), two MST workers have already died after being infected by Covid-19, and there are five other cases of infection.
In some States dried herbs for herbal teas are being donated and there is the production and distribution of homeopathic remedies and cosmetics
by Solange Engelmann
Faced with the pandemic of the new coronavirus (COVID-19), the ways of carrying out the struggle take new forms.
In the Landless Movement, in addition to solidarity and information campaigns, support and protection for the most in need populations, art and culture also have an important role to help us through this period, when many people are in social isolation.
COVID-19 paralyzed the world and exposes the vulnerability of the current globalized agribusiness food system and the dangers it poses to all forms of life.
The former President participated in the political event of the First National Meeting of Landless Women in Brasília on March 7.
The Movement signed commitments in the struggle for Agrarian Reform, against the withdrawal of rights of the Brazilian people, in defense of the environment and national sovereignty
By the National Coordination of the MST
Lawyer Ney Strozake states that "there is nothing on the horizon that could justify a new arrest of Lula"
The Margarida's assembly expects an audience of 100,000 people in Brasília. The first March of Indigenous Women joins the peasants to fight social setbacks.
by Natália Loyola de Macedo
During the campaign of struggle, women from the countryside and the city unite against the violence and setbacks of the Bolsonaro government.
by Maura Silva
The strength of women is kicking off the year of major mobilizations in the country. Under the motto: "For the sake of women’s lives, we are all Marielle!" Thousands of rural and urban women will unite in the fight against violence, against Bolsonaro and the setbacks imposed by his government.
by Vijay Prashad
On January 25, 2019, a dam burst in the town of Brumadinho, north of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The dam was built by the iron-ore company Vale to store residue after the iron ore had been extracted. Once the dam began to crumble, it did not take long for its 13 million cubic meters of iron waste to sweep down onto the workers and into their town.