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Paraguay: On the Fifth Anniversary of the Curuguaty Massacre, officers search Conamuri, a popular organization of worker indigenous and farmer women
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Paraguay: On the Fifth Anniversary of the Curuguaty Massacre, officers search Conamuri, a popular organization of worker indigenous and farmer women

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  Source: Resumen Latinoamericano / The Dawn News / June 15, 2017   In a clear episode of criminalization of popular organizations, coinciding with the fifth anniversary of the Curuguaty massacre, agents of the Public Ministry searched the headquarters of the National Coordination of Farmer and Indigenous Working Women (Conamuri) […]

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Curuguaty Massacre: A Trial at the Service of the Land Owners
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Curuguaty Massacre: A Trial at the Service of the Land Owners

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“The bourgeois state equals consent plus coercion. Consent is built through different methods, such as education, family, religion, fashion, culture, etc. Thus, in a subtle way, the governed cooperate voluntarily and actively with the power. When something goes wrong, dominant sectors resort to strength, coercion, and violence through the repressive […]

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Curuguaty: the price of the land struggle in Paraguay
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Curuguaty: the price of the land struggle in Paraguay

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By Vanessa Pérez and Raúl García / Source diagonalperiodico.net / The Dawn / Decemeber 26, 2015.  The result of the land eviction left 17 dead, 11 peasant farmers, many of them executed once wounded, and six policemen. Everytime the court enters the room and exclaims “Stand up”, we remain seated, […]

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