After 580 days, one of the most famous political prisoners on the planet, former Brazilian President Luis Inácio Lula Da Silva, was finally released on Nov. 8. But his struggle for justice and freedom continues. […]
On Sept. 21, the British documentary titled “The Hard Stop” was presented at the Harriet Tubman Center for Social Justice in Los Angeles, as part of a series of screenings through different cities in the […]
Los Fuegos de las Amazonas: ¿Cómo es que esto esté pasando en tan grande escala? ¿Quién está detrás de esto?
En 1992, líderes de varios países se reunieron en Río de Janeiro, Brasil, a discutir cooperación mutual posguerra fría para desarrollo internacional. Los temas ambientales fueron el tema principal. En su discurso en esta junta, […]
In 1992, leaders of many countries gathered in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, to discuss mutual post-Cold War cooperation for international development. Environmental issues were the main topic. In his speech at that meeting, Fidel Castro […]
On March 28, renowned Guatemalan anthropologist and activist Rigoberto Quemé Chay finished a series of lectures in the Los Angeles area at the Harriet Tubman Center for Social Justice. Quemé Chay was the first Indigenous […]
On Jan. 1, Jair Bolsonaro was inaugurated as the new president of Brazil. Bolsonaro is a former army officer who was expelled, while still a lieutenant, due to his involvement in a group opposing cuts […]