On Wednesday afternoon, the Landless Rural Workers Movement (MST) vandalized Salton’s wine store in São Paulo.
Only women participated in the demonstration, which took place on Pacaembu Avenue in the west zone of the capital.
The space became famous for the name Enoteca Família Salton.
The landless people threw red paint on the building’s façade, shouted slogans, and held up banners against agribusiness.
According to the militants, the sector “profits from hunger and violence.”
The act occurred exactly on International Women’s Day.
This Wednesday’s demonstration was part of the National Day of Struggle . . .