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Lula campaigned on promises to protect the environment and to end deforestation in the Amazon; he even promised to bring back ex-environmental minister Marina da Silva, known for her uncompromising stance on the environment. He pledged to set up a ministry for and led by Indigenous peoples and supported the congressional campaigns of Indigenous leaders Sônia Guajajara and Celia Xakriabá, historic wins for Indigenous women. But it’s not all up to Brazil. Brazil is the heart of the entire living planet, and support from global citizens will determine whether we succeed or not in saving our most important remaining tropical forest. “A forest with clean water is worth much more than all the gold extracted with mercury that kills the fauna and puts human life at risk,” said President Lula in his victory speech. Let us all hope that he means it.
This is a sobering moment for all Brazilians as they come to terms with a country that is divided (49.2% of the population voted for Bolsonaro) and dangling over an abyss (24% of the population is going hungry). Bolsonaro will be gone on January 1, but his legacies will remain. Of grave concern is the rise of Bolsonarismo: a far-right political ideology that developed during Bolsonaro’s 2018 election, associated with jingoism, conservatism, fascism, scientific denialism, as well as the general cult of Bolsonaro. These movements won’t go away with his defeat, nor will some of the consequences of his term. Bolsonaro is responsible for dismantling vital ministries for the protection of the environment and Afro Brazilian and Indigenous communities, defunding public education and health care, denying Indigenous land rights, and the disastrous handling of the pandemic, which claimed the lives of over 700,000 Brazilians. Arguably his most destructive effects were felt in the Amazon, which is now an unofficial war zone. The vast territory (some 40% of the south American continent) is rife with narco-traffickers and illegal miners, both of whom leave environmental and human destruction in their wake.To save Brazil we need a new Brazil: one that prioritizes social inclusion, equality, visibility, and dignity for all Brazilians. We need a Brazil that addresses its colonial past and legacies, especially slavery and the genocide of Black and Indigenous populations. A Brazil that reflects the diversity and complexity of its citizens. When Brazilians cast their vote for president Lula they were choosing the country’s greatest hope for transformation.
For the last four years, the country has been entrenched in a battle for democracy that culminated in last Sunday’s election victory for leftist President Luiz Ignácio Lula da Silva, known colloquially as Lula. As cheers erupted and firecrackers exploded across Brazilian cities—a celebration that could have been mistaken for a soccer match victory—60 million Brazilians, including our small gathering in Santa Teresa breathed a momentary sigh of relief. The 2022 election will be remembered as one of the most important runoff elections in the history of the country and possibly the world. Brazilians were not only voting to oust Bolsonaro, a fascist whose authoritarian policies derailed the country—sending millions back into poverty—they were also voting to save our planet. A Bolsonaro victory would have meant the continued destruction of the Amazon; Lula’s victory may just be its salvation.
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- Material Type: 35% Cotton – 65% Polyester
- Soft material feels great on your skin and very light
- Features pronounced sleeve cuffs, prominent waistband hem and kangaroo pocket fringes
- Taped neck and shoulders for comfort and style
- Print: Dye-sublimation printing, colors won’t fade or peel
- Wash Care: Recommendation Wash it by hand in below 30-degree water, hang to dry in shade, prohibit bleaching, Low Iron if Necessary
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