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14.05.2021

The need for digital democratization is gaining space in the social agenda

The need for digital democratization is gaining space in the social agenda

With the aim of understanding and socializing the characteristics of the current techno-digital system and identifying strategies of struggle to curb the unwarranted corporate monopolistic appropriation of these technologies, the Sessions “Utopias or Dystopias. The Peoples of Latin America and the Caribbean in the digital era” took place. By Internet… »

12.05.2021

How Chileans went from jumping subway turnstiles to rewriting the Constitution

How Chileans went from jumping subway turnstiles to rewriting the Constitution

While most Chileans want deep systemic change, the vote to create a new constitution is a historic moment in the struggle to undo the legacy of Pinochet’s dictatorship. Jordan Flaherty By Jordan Flaherty Mass protests that began in 2019 in Chile — and have deep roots in… »

11.05.2021

Colombia’s Leaders Want to Stain Their Country with the Blood of the Working Class

Colombia’s Leaders Want to Stain Their Country with the Blood of the Working Class

In the face of a state that assassinates its own people, the Colombian people remain on the streets and continue resisting. By Laura Capote and Zoe Alexandra As police and military forces in Colombia use violence to try to repress the massive mobilizations that grew out of a national strike,… »

10.05.2021

Face 2 Face with David Rojas

Face 2 Face with David Rojas

On this show we are speaking with  David Rojas, Colombian activist living in New York, about the serious situation in Colombia where at least 19 people were killed during protests opposing tax increase and inequality. »

08.05.2021

#SOSColombia in Times Square in Photos

#SOSColombia in Times Square in Photos

Rally taking place in Times Square, New York to demand an end to the horrific state violence being committed by the Duque’s government. This protest is part of a global movement in solidarity with the Colombian people all over the world Photos by German Meneses… »

07.05.2021

Evo Morales condemns repression against mobilizations in Colombia

Evo Morales condemns repression against mobilizations in Colombia

Bolivia’s former president Evo Morales on Thursday condemned the violence recorded since April 28 against the national strike in Colombia, with dozens of deaths. Colombia is suffering what Bolivia experienced in 2003, its people are suffering repression in an attempt to impose the neoliberal recipe of taxation, wrote the leader… »

06.05.2021

Brazil: the impacts of wildcat mining for women

Brazil: the impacts of wildcat mining for women

Indigenous peoples live in distress, anguish, and fear due to the illegal activity and the risk of mercury contamination By Martha Raquel Illicit mining activity has daily impacts on indigenous peoples in Brazil. Invasions ushered by wildcat mining meddle and disrupt the dynamics and lives of communities in the… »

03.05.2021

The Henry Borel Case : Death, Militias, And The Media In Rio De Janeriro 1

The Henry Borel Case : Death, Militias, And The Media In Rio De Janeriro 1

Luciane Silva, Tiago Abud, Eliz Rosa – Researches with the Núcleo Cidade Cultura e Conflito of UENF The death of Henry Borel, a child of 4 years, has captured the attention of the researchers for the Núcleo de Pesquisa Cidade, Cultura e Conflito (NUC) of the North Fluminense State University… »

28.04.2021

50 years of Open Veins of Latin America: “a book to understand life and the world”

50 years of Open Veins of Latin America: “a book to understand life and the world”

Eduardo Galeano’s work celebrates half a century shedding light on the realities of Latin American peoples Michele de Mello April may be seen as a month of mourning, as every April 13th since 2015 marks another year since Eduardo Galeano’s departure. The Uruguayan journalist and writer of 33 books passed… »

26.04.2021

US Role Behind the Defeat of Ecuador’s Leftist Presidential Candidate

US Role Behind the Defeat of Ecuador’s Leftist Presidential Candidate

The US role in the defeat of leftist Andrés Arauz in Ecuador’s presidential contest on April 11 was not overt because it did not need to be, according to a high-ranking Latin American diplomat. We met with the diplomat and others on an official election observation delegation with CODEPINK. Names… »

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