By Ben Tavener, Senior Contributing Reporter
SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – Around 100,000 people, mainly unionized workers, in over 150 cities across Brazil staged strikes on Thursday. Protesters in all of the country's states, plus the Federal District, took to the streets to demand better working conditions and public services.
The "National Day of Struggles," which was organized by the country’s main unions, saw ports, roads and some public services disrupted, including schools and banks in major cities, as . . .