Henry Lowendorf, of the US Peace Council, talks to Moara Crivelente, of the Brazilian Center for Solidarity with the Peoples and Struggle for Peace (Cebrapaz), about the prospects of the anti-imperialist struggle in the United States and the post-electoral challenges under a Biden Administration. We also talk about our common struggles and campaigns against foreign military bases, NATO, and for peace in the Middle East, Latin America and beyond.
In Brazil people live as in a trance, from one nightmare to the other —sometimes, all at once.
By Socorro Gomes*
The 5th National Assembly of the Brazilian Center of Solidarity with the Peoples and Struggle for Peace (CEBRAPAZ), held in Salvador, the capital city of the Bahia federal state, was attended by 70 delegates from 11 states and elected by acclamation the new National Board of Directors. As President, Jamil Murad; as vice-president, Wevergton Brito, and as secretary-general, José Reinaldo Carvalho were elected.
The most difficult part in writing about President Jair Bolsonaro’s speech opening the 74th UN General Assembly this Tuesday, 24, was having to listen then read the speech. However, even after this painful process, a stark sense of bewilderment remains.
By Wevergton Brito Lima*Continue lendo “Bolsonaro at the UN: A speech to remain in (pre-)History”