Little is known about the identities of the 30,510 deceased migrants recorded by the Missing Migrants Project in the last five years. It is only known that almost 1,600 were children, 1,700 women and about 5,000 men. It is assumed that they left their homes and families seeking to improve […]
French director Ariel de Bigault talks about the illusions of colonialist ideologies, which laundered the brutalities of slave trafficking. She highlights the failures of the left in Portugal and Brazil to recognize the racism inherent in their cultures. And tells a story of a journey that led her from music […]
Why European courts don’t cut churches much slack during confinement. Darrin Burgess When Governor Andrew Cuomo of New York ordered a second wave of lockdowns last October to stem the contagion of Covid-19, he evoked the now-familiar distinction between essential and non-essential venues, and put severe restrictions on […]
According to data from the 2020 Atlas of Violence, 75% of homicide victims in Brazil in 2018 were black. And the situation seems to be getting worse. André Constantine knows this and together with him a movement has emerged that redefines the class struggles, the decolonisation struggle, the anti-racist and anti-capitalist struggle.
Thousands of French people are taking to the streets to protest the Global Security bill, an initiative that currently has the government in dispute with the press sector and human rights defenders. Once again, security and individual freedoms seem to be rivals, although many agree that it is always […]