For nearly 40 years, Brazil’s Landless Workers’ Movement (MST) has been fighting the concentration of landownership among the country’s elite through the direct occupation and settlement of fallow lands. Now a Parliamentary Inquiry Commission, which has been set up to investigate the activities of Brazil’s Landless Rural Workers’ Movement (MST), actually seeks to divert focus from illegal actions committed by agribusiness.
Within grassroots rural movements, the struggle for LGBT+ rights is combined with the struggle for food sovereignty in the pursuit of a just world, with freedom and diversity, and equal relationships between people and nature. In Brazil, solidarity has been at the center of the struggle against LGBTphobia in rural areas.
The 1st State Seminar on Sexuality and Sexual Diversity organized by La Via Campesina brought… Read more →
In the most difficult moment of the pandemic, which is plaguing Brazil and which –… Read more →
The Quilombo Campo Grande camp is resisting an eviction which began early on August 12.… Read more →
The state administration of the MST in Pernambuco made the structure of the Paulo Freire… Read more →
These companies buy coffee from one of the biggest coffee producers in Brazil, João Faria… Read more →
We, the MST families of Southern MG, of Quilombo Campo Grande, denounce fascist action against… Read more →
Here is how the national march staged by the MST from August 10th through 15th… Read more →
Protesters alert the judges of the Supreme Court that their decisions may result in the… Read more →