By Ben Robinson Across Brazil in the past week, democratic and people’s organizations have answered the international calls to honor Chairman Gonzalo (Abimael Guzman Reynoso) with actions all over the country. Chairman Gonzalo, the greatest Communist of the modern era, was assassinated by the old Peruvian State earlier this month, after 29 years of solitary confinement, in an attempt to deal a definitive blow to … Continue reading Brazil: Revolutionaries Commemorate the International Day of Action for Chairman Gonzalo
The following is an unofficial translation of the article “RO: Camponeses furam cerco militar, se retiram e declaram: ‘Voltaremos mais fortes!” published in the Brazilian democratic and revolutionary newspaper A Nova Democracia. By Taís Souza Hundreds of peasant families from Camp Manoel Ribeiro (Chupinguaia, Rondonia, former Santa Elina Farm), who were under military siege and closely monitored by the intelligence service of several police and … Continue reading Brazil: Peasants Break Through Military Siege, Withdraw, and Declare: We Will Come Back Stronger!
By Joan Hoch On Mother’s Day weekend, Popular Women’s Movement (PWM) held a community barbecue outside the Booker T. Washington Terrace Apartments to celebrate working mothers. “We are out here (…) to celebrate mother’s day, and working women not just here but all around the world,” a member of PWM told the gathering of women and children. Working mothers have been some of those hit … Continue reading Austin: MFP Celebrates Working Mother’s Day with Community Cook-Out
Brazil At a meeting hosted by Movimiento Feminino Popular (MFP) in Camp Tiago dos Santos, women peasants carried out a solidarity action with A Nova Democracia who is facing state repression and chanted, “From the north of Brazil, from the Tiago dos Santos camp, the peasants salute this great newspaper at the service of the people.” The Brazilian Association of People’s Lawyers Gabriel Pimenta (Abrapo) … Continue reading Week in Struggle: April 23-29