A family of six squatting land in northern Brazil was killed on the morning hours of February 17th. This land conflict is emblematic of the larger struggles over land that Brazil’s Landless Workers’ Movement (MST) has been involved in for decades.
“Ten years of grassroots community resistance to gentrification and displacement in El Barrio, New York. Ten years of building a social justice organization based on self-determination, participatory democracy and autonomy. Ten years of majority-women organizing […]
The struggles to defend the earth, water, air and commons in Latin America is ever increasing, with stories of mega mining projects halted by communities using their bodies as blockades and damming projects halted by […]