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The 21st century is a century of crisis. Capitalist economic collapse dovetails with dire inequality, international and civil wars drive displacement and humanitarian catastrophe, xenophobia creeps into laws, and rising biodiversity loss imperils the planet’s equilibrium. Climate change threatens to worsen every other aspect of these interlocking crises, making decarbonization the most urgent task on

Está no ar a entrevista de @caetanoveloso com Sabrina Fernandes (@teseonze), uma conversa sobre alternativas para transformar o mundo em um lugar mais humano, a socióloga e youtuber de forma extremamente didática e clara explica como se dá os mecanismos de exploração do capitalismo e apresenta alternativas viáveis para a consolidação de novos modos de

Recentemente, Sabrina se encontrou com Bela Gil para a gravação de um gostoso episódio de seu programa Refazenda. Temporada 1 Episódio 12 - Spa nas Férias (Sabrina Fernandes - Socióloga) Bela aproveita o momento no campo para cuidar da beleza. Em um dia de spa, ela prepara um petisco de painço e um coquetel funcional, e

Livro autoral O título do livro Sintomas Mórbidos: A encruzilhada da esquerda brasileira, escrito pela socióloga, feminista e uma das youtubers mais radicais à esquerda nas redes, Sabrina Fernandes, remete ao interregno pensado pelo revolucionário italiano Antonio Gramsci na famosa passagem do seu Cadernos do Cárcere: “o velho está morrendo e o novo não pode nascer; neste interregno,

Just a couple of months ago, commentators were complaining that Jair Bolsonaro was not doing much with his presidency. The Brazilian president, recovering from a surgery related to the knife wound he sustained during last year’s campaign, seemed a bit off, even though his overhaul of the government was already underway. Speculations about the incompetence of Bolsonaro’s team, and

With Alex Houchuli and Benjamin Fogel. In Brazil’s election this weekend, democracy itself is at stake. Far-right Jair Bolsonaro leads the first-round polls by ten points. In simulations of a second-round runoff, Bolsonaro is neck-and-neck with the Workers Party’s (PT) Fernando Haddad, former president Lula’s anointed successor. While this may look like another case of the “populist wave” sweeping

As the last vote on the Lula appeal came in, there was no surprise that the former president of Brazil would have his sentence upheld while the markets celebrated, with São Paulo’s stock exchange at an all-time high. What was surprising is that his punishment increased from nine to twelve years. But what does this mean for the

Brazil’s right wing has gotten ahead through a series of dirty tricks. The 2015 impeachment of Workers Party (PT) president Dilma Rousseff, pushed through despite the absence of any “crime of responsibility,” is the most notorious example. Now, through similarly slick manuevers, they’re seeking further restrictions on reproductive rights. This, in a country where already one woman