Venezuelan migrants grateful to return to their homeland – testimonies

 By BO Staff Writer This article was originally published on the teleSUR website and is issued by Black Opinion: “This is about surviving. We’re not fine here, just surviving, but they make us think we’re better,” says one woman who returned to her native Venezuela from Peru under the Bolivarian government’s ‘Back to the Homeland Plan’ for citizens …

Interview with MST leader João Pedro Stédile for Journal Brasil

‘We Defend the Constituent Assembly’  By Octavia Costa & Bernardo De La Pena  The national leader of the Landless Rural Workers Movement (MST), the economist João Pedro Stédile, is at the frontline for the liberation of former President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva. He predicts that if Lula’s candidacy is prevented, a political crisis will …