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NACLA presents its Winter 2013 Radio Podcast. Featuring content on forced evictions in Brazil, the Venezuelan elections, and the speech from Chavkin Award winner for Integrity in Journalism in Latin America, Félix Antonio Molina from Radio Globo, Honduras. You can now also subscribe to NACLA Radio.
Groups in Rio de Janeiro are using media to stop evictions in the lead-up to the World Cup and Olympics.
President Evo Morales announced last week that Bolivia will revoke its contract with Brazilian company OAS to build the
Despite the passage of last month’s law banning construction of the proposed highway through Bolivia’s TIPNIS national park and indigenous territory, the TIPNIS conflict shows no signs of abating a
On September 11, Bolivians observed the third anniversary of the Pando massacre, a brutal attack on indigenous peasants and students in the Amazonian lowlands and the most deadly act of political v
Negotiations between the Bolivian government and indigenous groups protesting the proposed TIPNIS highway broke down before getting off the ground this week, while a visit from Brazil’s ex-presiden