Anti-Copa, Resistance Art, and Brazil’s World Cup Struggles

Graffiti painted by Brazilian street artist

 

Anti-Copa, Resistance Art, and Brazil’s World Cup Struggles

An interview with Andalusia Knoll

[audio http://www.mediacoop.ca/sites/mediacoop.ca/files2/mc/audio/ckut_news/andalusia_edit.mp3]

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As we approach the World Cup final match, protests and discontent continue on the streets of Brazil’s cities in what is known as the “anti-copa” movement. To get a sense of what is happening on the ground, CKUT’s news collective spoke with freelance journalist Andalusia Knoll. Andalusia had been reporting on the anti-copa movement in Brazil for several weeks.

For all of her reports, check out her Twitter account @Andalalucha

 

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