Alborada Familia Music Selections: Carolina Nunes #1

[The first in a series of music selections chosen and explained by Alborada readers. This first one focuses on Brazil and and comes courtesy of Carolina Nunes. You can also listen to Carolina’s selection as a playlist on Alborada’s Spotify account (see below). We hope you enjoy it as much as we do!]

Alborada Familia Music Selections: Carolina Nunes – London, UK, May 2016

Read the entry for song number 5 for more information about this photo

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The 2016 Coup in Brazil (Further Reading)

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New Political Earthquake in Brazil: Is It Now Time for Media Outlets to Call This a “Coup”? (Glenn Greenwald, Andrew Fishman & David Miranda/The Intercept)

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The Peruvian governments headed by Alberto Fujimori between 1990 and 2000 went to extreme lengths in their efforts to confront the insurrectionary warfare of the guerrilla organisations Shining Path and the Túpac Amaru Revolutionary Movement (MRTA).

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The Fight Against Femicide (Mariela Magnelli/Alborada Magazine)

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Latinxs con Corbyn (Lara Keay/Alborada Magazine)

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The Battle of Argentina (Nick MacWilliam/Alborada Magazine)

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Music and Movement (Nick MacWilliam/Alborada Magazine)

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Book Review - Paramilitarism & Neoliberalism: Violent Systems of Capital Accumulation in Colombia and Beyond by Jasmin Hristov (Josh Watts/Alborada Magazine)

Paramilitarism & Neoliberalism: violent systems of capital accumulation in Colombia and beyond
Jasmin Hristov
Pluto Press, 2014
Reviewed by Josh Watts - Alborada Magazine (Issue 1 - Spring/Summer 2015)

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