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União Popular Anarquista

 

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A União Popular Anarquista (UNIPA) é uma organização política revolucionária bakuninista. A UNIPA luta pela construção do socialismo no Brasil. A estratégia revolucionária da Unipa aponta que somente a ação direta das massas e a luta de classes são capazes de realizar conquistas imediatas, econômicas e políticas, para a classe trabalhadora.

A UNIPA entende que somente a revolução, que se coloca como desdobramento da luta de classes, é capaz de viabilizar a construção da sociedade socialista. A UNIPA foi formada em 2003, reunindo militantes do movimento estudantil, sindical e comunitário, alguns dos quais participavam do coletivo Laboratório de Estudos Libertários (LEL). O LEL publicou o Causa do Povo e a revista Ruptura que passaram a ser órgãos da UNIPA a partir de então.

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The Popular Anarchist Union (UNIPA) is a revolutionary Bakuninist political organization. UNIPA fights for the construction of socialism in Brazil. Unipa’s revolutionary strategy points out that only direct mass action and class struggle are capable of realizing immediate economic and political conquests for the working class.

UNIPA understands that only the revolution, which is seen as an unfolding of the class struggle, is capable of making the construction of socialist society viable. UNIPA was formed in 2003, bringing together militants from the student, union and community movement, some of whom participated in the collective Laboratory of Libertarian Studies (LEL). The LEL published the Cause of the People and the magazine Ruptura, which became UNIPA bodies from then on.