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Video | 2019 Year-End Special: The struggles of social movements under Jair Bolsonaro

Watch part 2 our Year-End Special, which also features the cultural and education policies pushed by the far-right govt

Brasil de Fato | São Paulo

Host Pamela Oliveira presents the final installment of our two-part Year-End Special on what happened in Brazil in 2019 / Screen capture/Brasil de Fato

This is the second and final installment of the 2019 Year-End Special of our weekly show What’s Happening in Brazil.

We spoke with political activists who fight for the rights of indigenous peoples, black people, peasants, and rural workers amid the numerous setbacks they have faced under the far-right Jair Bolsonaro administration.

The year was also marked by a number of attacks against cultural and education policies, with budget cuts and episodes of censorship promoted by the government.

Watch the show below:

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Edition: Aline Scátola