Bolsonaro and the Amazon, El Salvador, US women’s rights | The Stream

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This week on The Stream, we go behind the scenes to talk about Bolsonaro and the crisis in the Brazilian Amazon, El Salvador’s struggling democracy and the growing resistance to attacks on women’s reproductive rights in the US.

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