Tag: Indigenous struggle

Picture of Bolivian city with mountains in background.

Bolivia’s MAS comeback

In late 2019, Evo Morales was toppled in Bolivia by a right-wing coup. Barely a year later, the Movement towards Socialism has recaptured power.
RCMP officers patrol the Unist'ot'en camp with dogs after a raid. In the background, red dresses hang, symbolising Indigenous women missing and murdered under colonial occupation.

How Facebook tried to censor Indigenous struggle

The social media platform banned over 200 accounts immediately before a day of online action.
Members of the Kayapó Mekragnotire people blockade an attempted land encroachment in the state of Pará.

Brazil: Bolsonaro attempts genocide of Indigenous peoples

Brazil's far-right government has used Covid-19 as a weapon against Indigenous peoples

London and Edinburgh stand with the Wet’suwet’en

On 1 March, there were demonstrations in London and Edinburgh standing up in solidarity with the Wet’suwet’en and their allies, demanding that the Canadian government end this cycle of colonial violence.
Chief Howihkat (Freda Huson) in ceremony while the RCMP raid the Unist'ot'en camp to enforce the Coastal GasLink injunction

Solidarity with the Wet’suwet’en!

As Canada’s rail network is shut down by indigenous and allied land defenders, the struggle against a fracking pipeline project on Wet’suwet’en territory has received international attention.

Bolivia #ThisIsACoup

The Bolivian president, Evo Morales, has been forced from office in a coup following two weeks of civil unrest and a disputed presidential election. 

Não passarão – the fight against Bolsonaro

Listen to anti-Bolsonaro activists discuss the far-right turn in Brazilian politics and what we can do to organise in solidarity.

Video: The right in Latin America

Watch Mike Gonzalez, Neil Davidson and activists from ResistBrazil discuss the social and political situation in Latin America
Collapsed Brazilian dam in Mariana province

Brumadinho collapse: a crime, not an accident

Hundreds are dead or missing after a catastrophic dam collapse in Brazil. The culprits are a mining conglomerate with a record of murderous negligence

Apocalypse postponed: the oil price crash two years on

The world of hydrocarbons is still driven by the same speculative greed and climate crisis disregard as ever.