Brazil: The Dictatorship’s Perfect Crime

In São Paulo, bones in a clandestine grave from a cemetery deteriorate while awaiting identification. Among the unidentified skeletons are disappeared political activists, victims of the infamous Death Squad of rogue police active in the 1960s and 1970s, and children who died in a 1970’s São Paulo epidemic of meningitis, which the dictatorship tried to cover up.


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Battling the Practice of Patriarchy in Bolivia

March 9, 2015 Nate Singham 0

Source: teleSUR English For much of Bolivian history, women have been marginalized and excluded from  society and from formal political power. However, despite centuries of deeply imbedded patriarchal practices, women from rural, mining worker communities […]

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