Polícia Militar nas favelas do Rio de Janeiro..

Debate at the Aljube Museum – Today will be another day

02 February 2019

It was an intense, strong debate about the Portuguese revolution and the Brazilian transition, at a time of unpredictable changes in the world. Can the different struggles (against racism, xenophobia, homophobia, poverty, dictatorship …) cross in the struggle for the general emancipation of Humanity or will they be the fields where we welcome and isolate ourselves from others we come to see as hindrances to our own field of struggle?

A debate promoted by the «Coletivo Andorinha», in partnership with the Aljube Museum.

There are records of an intense conversation, which can be reviewed in full in the Documentation Center of the Museum.

Photos: ©  Aljube Museum Resistance and Freedom

Atualidade

Aljube Museum Resistance and Freedom – New Direction
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8 of July of 2020
Aljube Museum Resistance and Freedom reopens to the Public
Aljube Museum Resistance and Freedom reopens to the Public: May 18th, International Museum Day, Open from Tuesday to Sunday, from 11 am to 5 pm, with free admission until May 31st,
15 of May of 2020
Book – «Meninos que não foram crianças – Filhos de clandestinos»
Book - «Meninos que não foram crianças – Filhos de clandestinos» For more information on how to purchase: info@museudoaljube.pt Only in portuguese.
27 of March of 2020