1 Million Members, 100 Million Trees: How Brazil’s Socialist Farmers Are Fighting Big Ag

While fighting agribusiness giants, the Landless Workers Movement (MST) of Brazil has become the largest producer of organic rice in Latin America, has a plan to plant 100 million trees to fight deforestation, while running its own schools and organizing whole communities in its settlements.

BreakThrough News, from the United States, went to the Bahia state to see the MST’s operations up close, to talk to its militants and to hear about their vision for an alternative model for Brazil, Latin America and the world.