Categoria Anarchist Voices

Police’s Monopoly On Violence – João Damasceno

After the recent massacre at the Complexo da Penha in Rio de Janeiro and the murder of Genivaldo de Jesus Santana, by the Federal Highway Police, João Damasceno analyzes police violence and its legitimacy.
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Moïse Kabagambe and The Double Opression of the Judicial System

In the eighth episode of Anarchist Voices, a member of Facção Fictícia comments on the death of Congolese immigrant Moïse Kabagambe, who was brutally murdered in Barra da Tijuca, Rio de Janeiro, and its consequences.
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The State and the Violence Against Trans Bodies – Angie Barbosa

In the seventh episode of Anarchist Voices, travesti activist Angie Barbosa, talks about the state’s relationship with violence against travesties and trans women.
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The Urgency of Ecological Crises – Peter Gelderloos

In this episode of Anarchist Voices, Peter Gelderloos talks about how he believes we can best face the environmental disaster and climate catastrophes that surround us.
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The Police Is Not On Your Side – Facção Fictícia

In the fifth episode of Anarchist Voices, the collective Facção Fictícia takes apart the arguments of youtuber and defender of a more “polite” police force, Delegado Da Cunha, who tried to justify the Jacarézinho Massacre.
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From Cali to Jacarézinho: Against State Violence

In Colombia, the people take to the streets against the precarization of life. In response, the police murders. There are dozens of dead people that the authorities hide using the official media and removing information from social networks. In Rio de Janeiro the police operation “Exceptis” murdered more than 28 people. A true...