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Flávio Jorge / Photo credit: Editora Expressão Popular
Expressão Popular
Brazil Interview

It is necessary to unify the Brazilian black movement

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By: Puneet Chadha and Jamile Araújo / Source: Alainet, Brasil do Fato / The Dawn News / July 6, 2017 Salvador (BA).- The 4th National plenary of the Convergence of the Struggle to Combat Racism in Brazil (Black Convergence) was held in Brazil last Saturday, July 1. Flávio Jorge, member […]

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Pro-Democracy Protests in Brazil

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The Dawn News / May 29, 2017 Maria Luisa Mendonça is the coordinator of the Network for Social Justice and Human Rights in Brazil and director of the Feminist Alliance for Rights at the Center for Women’s Global Leadership at Rutgers University. She said today: “Brazil has been in the […]

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Crowds in São Paulo, Brazil on April 28, 2017. Photo credit: Pedro Maia Veiga
Analysis Brazil

The Continental Strikes

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The history of general strikes in Brazil shows why last month’s — the country’s largest yet — was so vital By: Marcelo Badaró / Source: Jacobin Mag / The Dawn News / March 23, 2017 On April 28, images flashed across Brazilian social media of burning tires in dozens of […]

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Jornal da Globo, the last of Globo's daily TV news show, had two editions in the night the delation against Temer came to light / Photo credit: Jornal da Globo
Analysis Brazil

Why does Globo want to overthrow Michel Temer?

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After supporting Roussef’s impeachment, media conglomerate orchestrates the exit of Temer and bets on indirect elections By: Norma Odara / Source: Brasil de Fato / The Dawn News / May 20, 2017 The leaking of audio recordings of president Michel Temer (PMDB) and Joesley Batista, one of the owners of […]

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Venezuela: Economic Warfare and the National Constituent Assembly
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Venezuela: Economic Warfare and the National Constituent Assembly

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What is the point of a sovereign State without a sovereign Economy… By: Daniel Edgar/ Source: South Front / The Dawn News / May 18, 2017 The prospect of a national constituent assembly offers a valuable opportunity to evaluate and protect the progress made in terms of reclaiming the country’s sovereignty […]

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Brazilians Take to the Streets, Demand Temer Out, New Elections

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Protesters are being met with riot police and repression, according to reports. Fora Temer! (“Out Temer!”) has become the battle cry of the streets and with that, a call for the return of democracy. teleSUR takes a look at social movements and popular organizations demanding Temer’s removal and fresh elections. […]

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Dilma Rousseff said Brazil is Headed Towards a State of Emergency

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Source: Resumen Latinoamericano / The Dawn News / September 28, 2016 The Brazilian politician, who has been removed from her presidential seat by a parliamentary coup, considers that her country is going through a serious situation. The former President of Brazil, elected in the 2014 elections, warned that her country […]

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The 10 Biggest Lies Temer Told on his Trip to the US
Analysis Brazil

The 10 Biggest Lies Temer Told on his Trip to the US

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Photo Credit: EVARISTO SA via Getty Images Source: Resumen Latinoamericano / The Dawn News / September 22, 2016 Every politician lies. Some lie more than others. In the 80’s, the Jornal da Tarde (Evening Newspaper) published a series of articles by Paulo Maluf, who was the governor of Sao Paulo […]

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