February 6, 2024
From Internationalist 360

January marked the 40th anniversary of the longest-running peasant movement in Brazil’s history and one of the largest in Latin America: the Landless Rural Workers’ Movement (MST). Starting as a group of rural farmers fighting for agrarian reforms against land dispossession, the MST has transformed over four decades into a mass workers movement that mobilizes against the fascist political forces in Brazil while defending the country’s food system and small farmers from predatory agribusiness. Ana Chã, a member of MST’s National Coordination, discusses the movement’s commitment to ending worker exploitation in Brazil and the challenges they face ahead.

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