In today’s episode, we bring you stories of leaked documents that expose Uber’s underbelly, Saudi attacks in Yemen, a strike by Lebanese government employees, and the assassination of a Workers’ Party member in Brazil
Workers and parliamentarians are advocating for funding of a proposal of increasing nurses’ rights and against a possible veto of the president
In cities across the world, activists from people’s movements demand that journalist Julian Assange be freed and his extradition be blocked
Today we look at a New York Times’ report on the Pegasus spyware, the fate of the 2011 Arab Spring protests in Egypt, and more
The ‘Cry of the Excluded’ also mobilized people in defense of national sovereignty and against the favoring of the interests of the ruling class, companies and banks over the well-being of the people.
Far-right Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro has called on his supporters to participate in mass mobilizations on September 7, Brazilian Independence Day, amid a continued drop in approval ratings and increased scrutiny from both the legislative and judiciary over his government’s actions.
Over the past few years, an about-turn in policies saw a massive increase in hunger in Brazil. As the pandemic wreaked havoc, solidarity initiatives and donations, which feed close to 30% of the population, were all that stood between people and starvation.
Organizers of the international action estimate that more than 600,000 people mobilized in 509 cities.
Actions for “Vaccine in the arm, food on the plate and get out Bolsonaro” were organized in at least 400 cities across Brazil and saw the participation of 750 thousand people
25-year-old Lindolfo Kosmaski ran for the City Council in 2020. The MST deems his death a hate crime
Minister Cármen Lúcia changed her vote from 2018 and flipped the ruling against the former judge Sérgio Moro
The future of cases against the former president will be decided in Brasilia in the Supreme Court and in two Federal courts