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(A-Radio) Brazil: The Passe Livre movement in Sao Paulo

January 14, 2016, Author: Infoshop News

Dear all,

The struggle for the right to the city, against the intensification of
exploitation and valorization is complex and diverse. May it be people in
Berlin stopping an eviction, squatting houses in Amsterdam, taking squares in
Greece or fighting for free public transportation in Brazil. A state with a
massive territory, huge cities and as in so many places a classist, racist
and sexist division of labour that expresses itself among other ways through
the public transportation system. As Anarchist Radio Berlin we had the
opportunity to talk with an activist of the Passe Livre movement from Sao
Paulo, Brazil, about their struggle.

You’ll find the audio (to listen online or download in different sizes) here:

Length: 17:04 min

You can find other English and Spanish language audios here:

Among our last audios you can find:
* Mediterranean 2: An interview with two anarchists working on the refugee
topic in Slovenia:
* Northern Europe 3: An interview with two members of the new Anarchist
Federation in Finland, Alusta:
* Mediterranean 1: An interview with two activists of the occupied and
self-organized refugee center Notara26 in Athens, Greece:
* Northern Europe 2: An interview on the Anarchist Bookfair in Tallinn,
* Northern Europe 1: An audio on the countercultural Musta Pispala festival
in Tampere, Finland:
* Eastern Europe 5: An interview with Anarchist Black Cross Warsaw:
* The documentation of a presentation about the topic “Undercover for State
and Capital”:
* Eastern Europe 4: An interview about anarchists and the tenants movement in
* Eastern Europe 3: An interview about anarchism and the squats in Warsaw:
* Eastern Europe 2: An interview about the squatted ROD garden in Warsaw:
* Eastern Europe 1: An interview about struggles in Poland and the Rozbrat

Enjoy! And please feel free to share!

A-Radio Berlin

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