Correction: The National Newsletter Issue No.2

February 13th, 2019. For more information contact:
Facebook Page: National Network for Democracy in Brazil

It has come to our attention that the second issue of the National Newsletter of February 8th, 2019 went out with mistakes in the affiliated groups list and in the News & Events section. Please find below the updated information.

Affiliated Groups:
  1. Advocacy Group Against Brazil's Far-Right (Worcester, MA)
  2. Assembly for Brazilian Democracy at UC Berkeley
  3. Brazilian Resistance Against Democracy Overthrow (BRADO), New York
  4. Brazilian Studies Association (BRASA)
  5. Brazilians for Democracy and Social Justice (Washington, D.C.)
  6. Center for Economic and Policy Research (Washington, D. C.)
  7. Coletivo Boston Contra o Golpe
  8. Coletivo HuManas
  9. Coletivo Marielle Franco (San Diego, CA)
  10. Collective on Translation and Educational Material
  11. Coletivo Por um Brasil Democrático (Los Angeles)
  12. Columbia Working Group for Democracy in Brazil (New York)
  13. Comitê de Princeton em Defesa da Democracia no Brasil
  14. Defend Democracy in Brazil/New York
  15. Friends of the MST
  16. Grassroots International
  17. Historians for Peace and Democracy
  18. Indiana Committee for Solidarity with Brazil
  19. International Press Committee
  20. Mulheres da Resistência em New York
  21. National Network for Democracy in Brazil at Harvard
  22. NNDB University of Denver Chapter
  23. Oklahoman Committee for Democracy in Brazil
  24. Penn State Committee for Democracy in Brazil
  25. Re-Existir (Santa Cruz, CA)
  26. The Lantern (University of Texas)
  27. Tricontinental Brasil
  28. United Food and Commercial Workers International Union
  29. University of California, Irvine-Orange County Brazilianists  
  30. University of Chicago in Solidarity with Marginalized Brazilians
  31. U.S. Network for Democracy in Brazil at Brown University
  32. Witness
News and Events:
The Reconvexo Collective at the New School for Social Research invites graduate students, scholars across disciplines, artists and activists to join us in a two-day conference (April 8 and 9) dedicated to exploring and investigating new avenues for social, economic, cultural and political transformations in Brazil. Submissions to participate are being accepted until February 26. Please follow this link for the full call for papers and artistic practices  or e-mail for more information.
Marina Adams
National Organizer, U.S Network for Democracy in Brazil
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