Global Left Midweek - September 11, 2019
- Chilean Fury as Bolsonaro Praises September 11, 1973 Coup
- Training for the International Climate Strike
- Algeria: Feminists on the Front Lines
- Honduras: The Flame of Opposition
- Sudan: State of the Struggle
- Palestinians Answer Annexation Threat
- South Africa: Women Demand End to Violence
- France: When Left Secularism Enables Racism
- Mugabe Without Tears: Two Views
Brazil’s neofascist president may have lost his principal political ally in South America.
Simon Bouvier and Saskya Vandoorne / CNN (Atlanta)
More than 200 training sessions were held for "giving people concrete solutions, concrete methods to take actions, so when they leave the camp they can go back to their towns and cities and ... build resistance groups to tackle climate change."
Algeria: Feminists on the Front Lines
Since the start of the uprising, women have taken up an increasingly prominent role, demanding gender equality and the abolition of the patriarchal Family Code.
Honduras: The Flame of Opposition
Jared Olson / NACLA Report (New York)
Sudan: State of the Struggle
Emma Wilde Botta / Review of African Political Economy (Sheffield UK)
Palestinians Answer Annexation Threat
Adel Abu Nimeh / Reuters (London)
In Israel, which captured the West Bank in a 1967 war, Netanyahu’s declaration was widely seen as a bid to sap support from far-right election rivals who advocate annexation of Jewish settlements, and from a center-left that for decades has argued that the Jordan Valley should be kept on security grounds.
Marianne Thamm / Daily Maverick (Johannesburg)
Among the crowds of women who gathered in Cape Town were several generations of South women, all of whom, so far, have survived the toxic masculinity in this country which threatens more than half of the population.
A philosophy professor’s statement that “one has the right to be Islamophobic” had a truly explosive effect.
Mugabe Without Tears: Two Views
"His Legacy in Zimbabwe is Mixed" Horace Campbell / Democracy Now! (New York)
"Mugabe Was No Revolutionary" Melusi Nkomo / Africa is a Country (New York)