“Truth is not only to be told, but to be lived militantly”
– Rodolfo Walsh

“It’s not enough for the truth to be true, it must be disclosed.”
– Fidel Castro Ruz

Revista Opera is an independent news outlet founded in Brazil on April 11th, 2012, with the perspective of having an counter-hegemonic and popular journalism, that throw light on the really important facts from a critic point of view.

ABOUT

Revista Opera is an independent, counter-hegemonic, radical and popular media outlet from Brazil. That means we only rely on our on readers’ funding, that we work to contest the mainstream media narratives and to advance the people’s struggle for freedom and independence. We are not linked to any particular political party, organization, NGO or think-tank.

Some highlights of our work are the coverage of the coup d’etat in Ukraine and the following resistance in Donbass (we were the first Brazilian outlet to send a correspondent to Eastern Ukraine), the coverage of FARC’s peace deal with the Colombian Government (our correspondent stayed with FARC guerrilla soldiers for about 2 weeks), as well as interviews with people such as Italian Marxist philosopher Domenico LosurdoMoniz Bandeira (author of books such as “A Segunda Guerra Fria” (The Second Cold War) and “A Desordem Mundial” (The International Disorder), Frei Betto(Author of “Fidel and the Religion), and organizations such as Colombia’s National Liberation Army (ELN), Communist Party of Greece (KKE), and so on.

EDITORIAL GUIDELINES

1We abominate the idea of “journalistic impartiality.” Opera Magazine understands that the idea of impartiality or neutrality in journalism – already dead, even in the colleges – only exists in the mouths of those who try to delude its readers, selling them propaganda as exactitude. We make public that our work – either hard-news or opinion pieces – is done from a militant leftist and anti-imperialist point of view.

2 We estimate the diversity of opinions and the freedom of our contributors – as long as they’re under our editorial guidelines. Opera Magazine isn’t attached to any party or organization, even though our contributors may be.

3 Opera Magazine is an independent news outlet. That means we don’t have links to any NGO, think-tank or corporation. Our resources come exclusively from our readers.

4 Opera Magazine has a compromise when it comes to collaborating with other independent outlets.  So all our contents are free to republish, as long as you give both the author and the magazine credit.

Who we are

Pedro Marin

Founder and chief-editor of Revista Opera/Opera Magazine. Worked as columnist and correspondent at Global Independent Analytics, and has articles published in outlets such as Truthout, Russia Insider, New Cold War, OffGuardian, Periferia Prensa and Konkret.la. Is also author of “Golpe é Guerra – Teses para enterrar 2016.”

André Ortega

Founder of “Realismo Político”, is a avid reader. Was Opera Magazine’s correspondent in Eastern Ukraine in 2015. Is member of the editorial council of Opera Magazine.

Mariana Nogueira

Graduating on Social Sciences at University of São Paulo, is producer and photographer at Opera Magazine. Is also part of the editorial council of the magazine.

Contributors

Contributors

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