National Free Lula March makes history in the defense of the rights of the people.
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Mr. da Silva, the former president of Brazil, wrote this Op-Ed essay from prison.
Despite extreme food deprivation, hunger strikers stay strong and receive support and love from their families
After marching more than 30 miles, the three Free Lula March columns finally meet in Brasília
After marching more than 50 kilometers (more than 30 miles), the nearly 5,000 activists from people’s movements taking part in the Free Lula March are finally coming together this Tuesday in the central area of Brasília, known as the Pilot Plan.
Here is how the national march staged by the MST from August 10th through 15th will be organized
Activists point out expansion of finance capital and concerns about state-owned companies Petrobras and Eletrobras
“Community fasts, solidarity actions, days of demonstration and mobilization wherever we are,” a striker claims.
Six activists from people’s movements will start an indefinite hunger strike at 4pm local time this Tuesday outside Brazil’s Supreme Court building in Brasília. The sit-down aims to demand justice in the country’s judicial system and freedom for ex-president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva.
Small town in Pernambuco is the starting point for the caravan tour this Friday
British NGO's survey shows agribusiness is the most dangerous industry for environmental defenders
Brazil’s Former minister of Justice criticizes judges' actions to block ex-president’s release on Sunday (July 8, 2018)