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Indigenous People in #Brazil Swear to Fight for Amazon To Last Drop of Blood

Indigenous Mura people in Canutama, Brazil painted their bodies with orange-red paint and took up long bows and clubs as they headed into the jungle this week, prepared for battle against logging companies, who are destroying the rainforest with the support of the fascist Bolosonaro regime.

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Brazilian territory: Anarchist call for the #14J general strike

Brazilian territory: Anarchist call for the general strike on Friday June 14.

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#30MpelaEducacao #Brazil: Massive crowds hit the streets to fight education budget cuts and pension overhaul

Brazil, May 30, 2019: Student movement called protests in several cities around Brazil to continue struggle after massive rallies on May 15.

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‘Resisting to exist’: Indigenous women unite against #Brazil’s far-right president

In a country where women account for almost half of Brazil’s 900,000 native people, female indigenous leaders have now stepped boldly into the political spotlight.

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#Brazil: Right Pro – #Bolsonaro groups face crack-up as fears of low turnout loom over Sunday rallies

Brazil: It seems that fascist president Bolsonaro is facing his first setback, declining support. Supporters of the Brazilian president call for protests, but major right-wing movements say they will not join mobilization.

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#Brazil’s student movement plans bigger rallies for May 30: “Struggle has just begun”

After strike on May 15, movements organize a second day of nationwide protests in defense of public education in Brazil.

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#Brazil: Massive demonstrations in defense of education, against #Bolsonaro

Hundreds of thousands of school and university students, teachers, professors, and staff took to the streets on Wednesday, May 15, all over Brazil to protest against the education budget cuts announced by the government.

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#Brazil: How things have (and haven’t) changed

Analysis of the current situation in Brazil, written by “a group of militants” and first published in Portuguese under the name “Olha como a coisa virou” at Passa Palavra.

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The mining business has turned #Brazil into a time bomb

After Australia, Brazil is the second largest ore exporter in the world. The country has 430 ore dams, according to the report by the National Water Agency (ANA) of Brazil.

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