“Being a black women is to resist and survive all the time”, said Franco when she talked with Brasil de Fato
Prominent human rights advocate and councilwoman Marielle Franco has been murdered
On Monday, January 29, an odd article appeared on the front page of Zambia’s Daily Nation
Why is Lula so popular?, Is Lula guilty?, What will the PT do now?, they're some questions that will be answered here
In a PT's event, Lula said: "I don't want to be a candidate to protect myself. I want to be candidate to govern"
Brazilian social movements staged mobilizations in various states across the country in defense of their former leader
Majority of court of appeal judges ignored defense’s arguments; society’s segments and movements keep protesting
Despite the ruling, Lula da Silva does not face immediate arrest or disqualification from the 2018 presidential race.
“A trial like this one demands a radical response”, says one of the protesters
Court of appeals judge increased Lula’s sentence to 12 years and 1 month; two more votes are yet to be pronounced
Popular movements are staging mobilizations in at least 18 different states in defense of their former president
The session is scheduled to begin at 8:30 am and estimated to end at 2:30 pm
Among groups, PCdoB, Psol, and PDT defend Workers' Party leader to participate in the elections
"Rescuing justice is good for the Brazilian people," says former president Dilma Rousseff
Yanis Varoufakis, Pilar del Rio and Noam Chomsky signed the petition "Elections without Lula are Fraud"
Besides lack of proofs, Lula's lawsuit suffered many violations; get to know some of them in this list
Political Leaderships from several nations gathered this Monday in Porto Alegre to debate the democracies' crisis
Member of the national coordination of the Landless Workers Movement gave press conference this Monday
Constant News on traditional means of communication, Lula is pointed out by specialists as preferred target
Globo, which is one of Brazil’s most powerful media conglomerates, has been repeatedly accused of biased media coverage