No bishops, no captains: Rio Carnaval vs the Far Right

This year’s Rio de Janeiro carnaval parade, which will take place on February 23rd and 24th, shows sings of being one of its most political ever, as voices of Rio’s black population rise up against the religious, social and economic persecution of the right wing extremist Jair Bolsonaro government

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The Brazilian Researchers for Democracy, Autonomy and Solidarity

The Brazilian Researchers for Democracy, Autonomy and Solidarity are calling for social movements, activists, parliamentarians, civil servants and academics to work together to tackle the struggles facing Brazil today.

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Lula's letter to Latin America Conference 2019!

Former Brazilian President Lula da Silva’s has written a personal letter to the Latin America Conferencethanking everyone involved internationally in the fight for his freedom. After 580 days as a political prisoner, Lula is now out of prison, but the fight for Brazilian democracy goes on.

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