"For the martyrs of Eldorado", says Brazilian Landless Workers' Movement leader, "we are willing to face this new time"
This year's April Campaign denounces hunger and slavery and reaffirms the struggle for land, democracy and in defense of the environment. Photo: MST/BA Communication Collective and Jonas Souza
By Kelli Mafort*
From the MST webpage
COVID-19 paralyzed the world and exposes the vulnerability of the current globalized agribusiness food system and the dangers it poses to all forms of life.
International delegates pointed out that they were impressed with the level of organization of the MST, the cohesion among the activists and the capacity to unite the struggle with art and poetry
By Florence Poznanski
The former President participated in the political event of the First National Meeting of Landless Women in Brasília on March 7.
With the motto, “Women in the Struggle: Sowing Resistance”, over 3,500 women have been occupying Brasilia, between the 5th and 9th of march, during the 1st National Landless Women’s Meeting.
The Movement signed commitments in the struggle for Agrarian Reform, against the withdrawal of rights of the Brazilian people, in defense of the environment and national sovereignty
By the National Coordination of the MST
By the MST’s Gender Sector
We are able to build the year of 2020 with struggles, achievements and hopes, since 35 years ago we sowed resistance!