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Organizing Twenty-First-Century Activism: From Structure to Strategy in Latin American Social Movements
This article looks at the middle ground between social movements & interest groups by proposing a 3rd structure for social movement organizing, the federative coalition, through a case study of Brazil’s AIDS movement.
Brazil Free Fare Movement (Case Study) (Available in Multiple Languages)
Gabi Juns and Vitor Leal tell the story of how a horizontal and autonomous movement in Brazil called the Free Fare Movement (Movimento Passe Livre) was formed to fight for free, high-quality public transportation.