We were treated to this lovely piece of resistance music today during a seminar on Ethnopolitics. I wanted to share this with our readers alongside an excerpt* from Oslender’s excellent work on Afro-Colombian social movements giving richer context and meaning to the song: “Even if my master kills me, I shall not go to the… Read More Aunque mi amo me mate, a la mina no voy
Brazilian military and civilian police have violently attacked and stormed a center for Brazil’s, Landless Workers Movement‘s (MST), their Florestan Fernandes National School (ENFF) in Guararema, outside of Sao Paulo. Opened in 2005, the ENFF has functioned as an education and resource center for cadre of the Landless Workers Movement. The building itself was built by volunteer work brigades… Read More An Urgent Appeal: ALBA Social Movements Canada condemns the attacks against Brazil’s Landless Workers Movement
Solidarity with Muskrat Falls and resistance to colonization masked as “development” comes to Fredericton. This piece was originally written for the NB Media Co-Op… Read More “Make Muskrat right:” St. Thomas University students from Labrador and allies rally in solidarity with people fighting dam
An outline of Capitalism’s destructive process in Atlantic Canada and the need for anti-capitalist, anti-colonial resistance to be the center of reversing this process… Read More In Defense of the Environment: What Is To Be Done?