Tag: Working Class

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Analysis India

2017 in India: A Year of Resistance

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The comrades at NewsClick.in did an analysis of 2017 in India highlighting the advances in different fronts of the class struggle. Source: NewsClick / The Dawn News / December 26, 2017 Across the country, workers in both industrial and services sectors, and farmers battled against falling living standards, inequality and […]

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Mariátegui: Education as a decolonizing praxis
Editorial Peru

Mariátegui: Education as a decolonizing praxis

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By: Hernán Ouviña / Source: Resumen Latinoamericano / April 16, 2017 In Our America, one of the pioneers of Marxism and one of the most important thinkers of education and its importance for the revolution and decolonization, has been without doubt Peruvian José Carlos Mariátegui. Born on June 14, 1894 […]

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6 Keys to Understand Trump’s Victory in the US
Analysis U.S.

6 Keys to Understand Trump’s Victory in the US

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By: Stephanie Watherbee Brito / Source: / Alainet.org / The Dawn News / November 11, 2016 Economic crisis For over three decades the living conditions of the working class of the US have been getting worse. This has only accelerated with the 2008 crisis, which sunk even more families in […]

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Anti-Coup Protests Erupt Again in Brazil
Brazil News

Anti-Coup Protests Erupt Again in Brazil

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Source Telesur / The Dawn News / September 23, 2016. Protesters came out across the country against Michel Temer’s unelected government. Unions from around Brazil went on a general strike Thursday afternoon demanding the removal of coup-imposed President Michel Temer and his party’s neoliberal austerity measures. Protesters included several trade […]

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Blood, Sweat and Tears: The Reality of Mining in Brazil
Analysis Brazil

Blood, Sweat and Tears: The Reality of Mining in Brazil

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By: Marcio Zona / Source: Brasil De Fato / The Dawn News / July 4, 2016.   Mining is the activity that causes the greatest amount of death among workers in Brazil, as reported by the Ministry of Labour (MTE). In addition to mutilation, death and serious illness directly caused […]

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