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The Sights and Voices of Dispossession: The Fight for the Land and the Emerging Culture of the MST (The Movement of the Landless Rural Workers of Brazil)

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Emerging culture by media type -> Murals 21 resources (Edited by Malcolm McNee. Translation © Else R P Vieira.)

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The Plastic Arts in the MST: Beauty as a Human Right
Malcolm K. McNee

Murals: Resource 2
Mural of a landless rural worker painted by Brother (Frei) Daniel, 1998.
Photo donated by the MST. Reproduced by permission.

Murals: Resource 3
Genero. "Gender", mural by Elda Broilo and Brother Daniel, 1999.
Photo donated by the MST. Reproduced by permission.

Murals: Resource 4
Reforma Agrária Uma Luta de Todos. "Agrarian Reform, Everyone’s Struggle", mural by Elda Broilo commemorating the MST’s Third National Congress, 1995.
Photo donated by the MST. Reproduced by permission.

Murals: Resource 5
Campo e Cidade. Undated and unsigned mural depicting the divisions between city, favela, and countryside.
Photo donated by the MST. Reproduced by permission.

Murals: Resource 6
"Celebrating 10 Years Retaking the Struggle for the Land", mural by Elda Broilo, undated (1994?).
Photo donated by the MST. Reproduced by permission.

Murals: Resource 7
"Occupy, Resist, Produce", mural by Elda Broilo for the Second National Congress, 1990.
Photo donated by the MST. Reproduced by permission.

Murals: Resource 8
Congresso. "Agrarian Reform: For a Brazil without Latifundium", mural by Brother Daniel and Elda Broilo for the Fourth National Congress, 2000.
Photo donated by the MST. Reproduced by permission.

Murals: Resource 9
Curso de Verão. Mural signed by three artists commemorating the first Summer Course for Landless activists, 1990.
Photo donated by the MST. Reproduced by permission.

Murals: Resource 10
"Yesterday, Today, Forever," undated mural by Anderson Augusto and Elda Broilo.
Photo donated by the MST. Reproduced by permission.

Murals: Resource 11
Projeto Popular. "Popular Project: Say No to the Foreign Debt", outdoor mural signed by 12 artists, 2000.
Photo donated by the MST. Reproduced by permission.

Murals: Resource 12
Mural commemorating the National Congress of the MST, Rio de Janeiro
Photo donated by Anderson Augusto. Reproduced by permission.

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