Upside Down World
Friday, 12 February 2016
1 Belo Monte: Burning Legal Timber Stokes the Fires of Brazil's Illegal Lumber Market Ana Aranha; Translated by Holly Holmes
2 Operation Car Wash and Slave Labor in Brazil: Who Really Pays for Corruption in Civil Construction? Igor Ojeda for Repórter Brasil | Translated by Holly Holmes
3 An Unstable Balance in Brazil: Impeachment Proceedings Against President Dilma Rousseff Constitute Parliamentary Coup Attempt Mario Hernández
4 Brazil's Law of Terror Diego Ferrari translated by Arielle Concilio
5 Photo Essay: Over 10,000 Participate in Brazil's First Black Women's March Against Racism, Violence and for Well Being Somer Nowak
6 The Many Brazils in the World-System Immanuel Wallerstein
7 Brazil: Indigenous Resistance in Rio’s Metropolis of Mega Events Aldo Santiago
8 It's Time for Autonomy in Brazil Spensy Pimentel, translated by Addison Woolsey
9 Brazil-US Accords: Back to the Backyard? Raúl Zibechi
10 Brazilian Government Evicts Communities that Best Preserve the Rainforest Carolina Motoki, translated by Holly Holmes
11 Brazilian Government Justifies Logging by Calling Maró Indigenous Territory Communities "Fake Indians" Ana Aranha, Translated by Holly Holmes
12 “A Mirror of State Violence”: Ayotzinapa Sees Itself in Brazil’s Favelas and Indigenous Territories Armando Carmona
13 Izidora Land Occupation in Protest: 30,000 Threatened With Eviction in Brazil Bárbara Ferreira for Carta Capital; Translated by Holly Holmes
14 The Pacification of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: Military Intervention in Schools Diego Ferrari
15 Indigenous People in Brazil’s Amazon – Crushed by the Belo Monte Dam? Mario Osava
16 Brazil: Journalist Evany José Metzker Murdered While Investigating Drugs and Child Exploitation in Minas Gerais Flávia Tavares for Época; Translated by Holly Holmes
17 Brazil: Demarcation of Indigenous Lands Stalls and Violence Worsens Santiago Navarro
18 "We Live In The Forest:" Indigenous Ka'apor Community Fights Loggers in Brazil Ruy Sposati; Translated by Holly Holmes
19 What Kind Of Family Does Brazil Want?: Supreme Court Ruling Allows Gay Families To Legally Adopt Their Children Fabíola Perez for IstoÉ; Translated by Holly Holmes
20 Brazil's MST Pays Tribute to Landless Workers Killed by Police in 1996 Armando Carmona
21 Brazil: Challenges of a Landless People Armando Carmona
22 Three Months of Attacks on the Working Class in Brazil Sabrina Fernandes
23 Deforestation in the Amazon Aggravates Brazil’s Energy Crisis Mario Osava
24 Brazil: The Dictatorship’s Perfect Crime Marcelo Pellegrini, Translated by Holly Holmes
25 Brazil’s Landless Workers’ Movement Blames Federal Institutions for Recent Killing of Land Squatters Armando Carmona
26 Rousseff’s Brazil: No Country for the Landless Workers' Movement Fabiola Ortiz
27 Brazil Truth Commission Details Extent of Rape During Military Dictatorship Danica Jorden
28 Torture Reports: Brazil and the United States Release Reports Documenting Systematic Human Rights Abuses Kara Rochelle Martinez
29 Cultivating Climate Justice: Brazilian Workers Leading the Charge Toward Zero Waste Global Alliance for Incinerator Alternatives and Other Worlds
30 Brazil’s Rousseff Re-elected Despite Anti-Workers’ Party Sentiment: What Now? Sabrina Fernandes
31 Brazilian Elections: What Happens Next? Sabrina Fernandes
32 Brazil: Napalm in the Ribeira Valley Anne Vigna, Luciano Onça, and Natalia Viana, Translated by Danica Jorden
33 "World Cup For Who?" Photo Report From Outside the Stadiums Andalusia Knoll
34 Sporting Shock Doctrine: Dave Zirin on the World Cup, Olympics and Brazilian Democracy Andalusia Knoll
35 National Congress of Brazil’s Landless Movement: Reinvention in Motion Raúl Zibechi
36 Democracy and World Cup 2014: Brazil’s State of Emergency Renata Bessi And Santiago Navarro F.
37 The Criminalization of Poverty in Brazil, a Global Power Raúl Zibechi
38 Descendants of Slaves Report Military Abuses in Brazil Fabiola Ortiz
39 The June Uprisings in Brazil: Below and Behind the Huge Mobilizations (Part 2) Raúl Zibechi, Translation by Ramor Ryan
40 The June Uprisings in Brazil: Below and Behind the Huge Mobilizations (Part 1) Raúl Zibechi, Translation by Ramor Ryan
41 Massive Indigenous Rights Movement Launches Across Brazil Amazon Watch
42 Breaking U.N. Protocol, Brazil Lambastes U.S. Spying Thalif Deen
43 Brazil’s Left Is Eager to Lead the “Swarm” Fabiana Frayssinet
44 Uprising in Brazil: An Extraordinary Moment for Change Nayana Fernandez
45 João Pedro Stédile of Brazil's Landless Movement: The Integration of Capital vs. the Integration of Peoples in the Americas João Pedro Stédile
46 Brazil: Incomplete Justice for Murders of Amazon Activists Fabiola Ortiz
47 Rio de Janeiro: From the City of Wonder to the City of Business Raúl Zibechi
48 Exorcising the Ghosts of Brazil’s Dictatorship Clarinha Glock
49 Industrial Soy and Sugar Cane Fuel Native Land Conflicts in Brazil Fabiana Frayssinet
50 Brazil: Landowners Declare War against Indigenous Guarani-Kaiowá in Mato Grosso do Sul Alice Marcondes
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