Prayer Walk Demands Justice For Native Man Assaulted By US Feds

Native groups have taken to Petroglyphs National Monument in Tiwa Territory, commonly known as Albuquerque, New Mexico, to demand justice for Darrell House, a native man who was brutally tasered [...]

Emergency Urbanism

By Ananya Roy, Public Books. -

Los Angeles is on the brink of one of the largest mass displacements in the history of the region. As eviction courts reopen, nearly half a million renter households, concentrated in Black and [...]

A New Model For Community-Owned Farmland

By Agrarian Trust. -

Today Agrarian Trust announces the launch of a transformative new model for community-based farm and ranch ownership and tenure, the Agrarian Commons. After several years of development and [...]

Without A Country In Which To Love…

By Vijay Prashad, Tricontinental: Institute for Social Research. -

Burkina Faso, in the Sahel region of the African continent, has been struck hard by the global pandemic; officially reported deaths from COVID-19 are second only to Algeria in Africa. In the past [...]

Landless Workers Are Challenging Unequal Land Distribution And Corporate Agribusiness

By Tricontinental: Institute for Social Research. -

Brazil is among the most unequal countries in the world when it comes to land distribution and is home to the world’s biggest landed estates. This structure of land concentration and [...]

Colombia: Indigenous Communities Reject Land Reform

By Staff, Telesur -

Organizations claim the reform would legalize lands illegally seized from Indigenous, Campesino and Afro-Colombian communities. The National Indigenous Organization of Colombia (ONIC) demanded [...]

Land Reform: The State Of The Campesino Struggle in Venezuela

By Tatuy TV, Venezuela Analysis -

Venezuela is a country with ample, open, and unused rural spaces which enjoy excellent environmental conditions for crop production, cattle raising, and a host of other productive activities. It [...]