The clear waters of the Paraopeba River in São Joaquim de Bicas (MG), metropolitan area of Belo Horizonte (MG), were filled with mud and changed their color. What once was crystalline now has texture and coloring similar to an oil paint: dense, viscous, brownish. The desolate scenery is aggravated by the odor of decaying fish.
The MST comes to the cities this week to ask for support from all workers, once again, in defense of Agrarian Reform.
World transformations in recent years have resulted in the centralization of capital accumulation in the financial sphere and for transnational corporations.
At the beginning of June, the special parliamentary committee which is discussing changes to the Forest Code should issue its final report of changes in the legislation.
We would like to thank everyone who has shown their solidarity with our movement and contributed towards the denunciations against the attack on democracy, promoted by the reactionary sectors of th
The concentration of land in Brazil continues to be among the highest in the world.
Women from La Via Campesina mobilized last week on March 8th for International Women’s Day.
In our 13th National Meeting we received the support of many friends of the Agrarian Reform movement.
Changing times for Brazil's landless By Gary Duffy BBC News, Sao Paulo state A small hut with a red flag flying above it marks the start of the Elizabeth Texeira camp in the heart of the countrys
In 2008, we wrote yet another chapter about the struggle between the two disputing projects in Brazilian agriculture.