Brazilian social movement celebrates Cry of the Excluded | News

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Various Brazilian organizations called a series of demonstrations in various parts of the South American giant as part of the celebration this Thursday of the 29th edition of the Cry of the Excluded.


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Under the slogan “What are you hungry and thirsty for?”, the organizations will advocate for a more just, democratic and sovereign Brazil in counterpoint to the 201st anniversary of the country's declaration of independence.

“El Grito emerges as a proposal in this evaluation process. The social pastorals of the National Conference of Bishops of Brazil (CNBB) carry out Brazilian Social Weeks, among them the VI Brazilian Social Week with the theme "Mutirão for Life, for Land, Roof and Work", affirmed the member of the methodology team of the Cry of the Excluded, Francisco Vladimir.

In this sense, the Brazilian human rights defender pointed out that it constitutes a process of articulation of active forces, social and popular movements, unions, organizations, neighborhood associations and social pastorals.

“The motivations that led to choosing September 7 to celebrate the Cry are the counterpoint to the Cry of Independence, proclaimed, as in the official history, by a prince, in 1822 (…) the Cry of the Excluded intends to bring to the streets and squares and communities these hidden cries, these cries stifled, silenced, by the great powers”, Vladimir stated.

According to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), last year in Brazil, 70.3 million people were in a state of moderate food insecurity and 21.1 million people experienced severe food insecurity.

“People say they are hungry for housing, justice, health, land, work, sovereignty, all those elements that I mentioned where the excluded and excluded are. "People are thirsty and hungry for better living conditions, for good living, for public policies, for participation, for democracy to be increasingly guaranteed, not only by the powers that be, but also by the people, for us," highlighted the also Articulator of the Southern Cone of the Jubilee South America Network.

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