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Orlando Hill

Orlando was born in Brazil and was involved in the successful struggle for democracy in the late 1970s and 80s in that country. He teaches A level Economics. He is a member of the NEU, Counterfire and Stop the War.

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Extraordinary Threat: The U.S. Empire, the Media, and the Twenty Years of Coup Attempts in Venezuela - book review 19 May 2022
Fighting racism with solidarity 19 March 2022
Paulo Freire, a Philosophical Biography - book review 27 January 2022
Can Heterodox Economics Make a Difference? Conversations with Key Thinkers - book review 04 November 2021
Protesting against pollution: don’t incinerate our climate 26 September 2021
Venezuela, the Present as Struggle: Voices from the Bolivarian Revolution - book review 12 August 2021
Changing the narrative on Palestine: The Big Ride 2021 – photo essay 30 July 2021
Monopsony Capitalism: Power and Production in the Twilight of the Sweatshop Age - book review 11 February 2021
Brazil: escalating covid deaths pile the pressure on Bolsonaro 09 February 2021
Brazil: the fight for vaccines for all 21 December 2020
The Living Flame: The Revolutionary Passion of Rosa Luxemburg - book review 05 November 2020
Teach Britain's colonial past as part of the UK's compulsory curriculum 19 August 2020
Quilombo Campo Grande eviction: a crime against humanity 15 August 2020
Beyond the Blockade: Education in Cuba - book review 30 July 2020
How Bolsonaro can be beaten - a Brazilian socialist speaks out 09 June 2020
The Lie of Global Prosperity - book review 14 May 2020
In the Red Corner: the Marxism of José Carlos Mariátegui - book review 06 February 2020
Bolivia: why the world must stand against the coup 12 November 2019
Education is a key front in the battle against climate breakdown 15 October 2019
The Long Honduran Night: Resistance, Terror, and the United States in the Aftermath of the Coup - book review 05 September 2019

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