3 April 2020 Daily Digest of COVID-19 News and Analysis

Water justice in the time of C19: Valparaiso, Detroit and South Africa (3 April 2020) Human impact on the environment may make pandemics more likely, experts warn (2 April 2020) A food crisis looms as coronavirus forces farms… Read More

Water justice in the time of C19: Valparaiso, Detroit and South Africa

A trickle of water flows into Mapuche Territory in Chile. Water-intensive industrial plantations of pine and eucalyptus trees have resulted in a serious lack of water in rural communities, and some communities have no water at all.  Photo:… Read More

Artvoice: Chile: Peoples’ Uprising Images from the Front Lines at ¡Buen Vivir! Gallery

Photo: Langelle/GJEP Artvoice 5 March 2020 The ¡Buen Vivir! Gallery for Contemporary Art at 148 Elmwood Ave, Buffalo, will present documentary photography and videography from the ongoing peoples’ uprising in Chile that started in October of last year…. Read More

The Guardian: Chilean Women To March In Protest Again

On 25 November 2019 Global Justice Ecology Project’s Anne Petermann and Orin Langelle documented street protests, including women in Temuco, Chile marching against violence toward women. For GJEP’s complete coverage on the chilean uprising visit Chile Uprising News…. Read More

Chile: Peoples’ Uprising presented by The ¡Buen Vivir! Gallery for Contemporary Art

Photo: Langelle/GJEP For Immediate Release                                                                                      March 5, 2020 Chile: Peoples’ Uprising Images from the Front Lines Exhibit Opens April 3 BUFFALO, NY – The ¡Buen… Read More

Fires Lead To Red Alert In Chile

Photo: Salvaged bed frame during Chile’s 2017 devastating fires. Photo: Langelle The Lumaco district of Chile is dominated by Mapuche communities, 60% of which live in poverty due to the theft of their land for industrial tree plantations… Read More

A Discussion on the Realities of COP25

COP25 Was Moved to Spain to Conceal Chilean Government’s Human Rights Violation The Real News Network December 13, 2019 Dimitri Lascaris The United Nations climate negotiations in Madrid, Spain have reached a standstill, with the issues of loss… Read More

WBAI News Interviews Anne Petermann

WBAI News with Paul DeRienzo Interviews Anne Petermann December 12, 2019  

Climate Change, Social Justice and Mobilizations in Chile-Wake Up Dreaming

The celebration during the night in the uprising.  Photo: Langelle/GJEP Climate Change, Social Justice and Mobilizations in Chile-Wake Up Dreaming Originally posted December 15, 2019 on La Razon Alejandra Parra From October 18, 2019, in Chile we move… Read More

Video: Mapuche Lonko Alberto Curamil Freed!

Goldman Prize Winner’s Lawyer Rodrigo Román Speaks about his case This video was shot over the week of 25 November, during the trial of Mapuche Lonko Alberto Curamil over manufactured charges that he was involved in a robbery…. Read More