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200,000 Children in Brazil Are Learning from Mao’s Red Book

Leornardo Boff, a former Catholic friar and the ‘father’ of liberation theology in Brazil, ...

March is Over, But Fight Goes On, Says Brazil’s MST

The Landless Rural Workers’ Movement (MST) celebrated the results of their 12 thousand-people, 15-day ...

In Brazil, Big Farmers Are Small Producers

Brazil has serious economic and social problems that result from the inequality in land ...

Brazil Farmers Need New Standards of Productivity

The Brazilian Constitution determines that unproductive properties may be condemned for the purposes of ...

Concentration of Land Makes No Sense, Says Brazilian Government

According to the Executive Secretary of Brazil’s Ministry of Agrarian Development, Guilherme Cassel, the ...

12,000 Brazilian Landless Present Four Demands to Government

The agribusiness, the orthodox economic policy, and the own nature of the Brazilian State ...

12,000 Landless Marchers at the Door of Brasí­lia, Brazil

Twelve thousand Brazilian workers left the city of Goiânia on May 2 for the ...

No Rupture Anymore. Brazil PT’s New Buzzword Is Stability

In the biggest march ever organized by the powerful Movement of Landless Workers (MST), ...

Americans March All Over U.S. in Support of Brazil’s Landless

On April 22, demonstrations at Brazilian consulates around the United States, spearheaded by a ...

Brazilian Landless Ready for 17-day March to Brasí­lia

Leaders of Brazil’s Landless Rural Workers’ Movement (MST) had a meeting, yesterday, with members ...