Landless Worker's Movement Hosts Screening
On October 15th, I had the extreme honor of presenting A Little Bit of So Much Truth at the MST's popular education university Escuela Nacional Florestan Fernandez (ENFF). The MST (Movimiento Sin Tierra, or Landless Workers Movement) has a long history of carrying out land occupations across Brazil, but also of using the occupied land not only for farming and housing, but also as sites of popular education and movement building.
In 2005, the MST founded the ENFF with the mission of providing a space where social movements and organizations from across Latin America could participate in a popular education process towards building political formation. This August, they started their first semester, with over 90 students attending from across Latin America, as well as Haiti and Mozambique.