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Brazzil Magazine
In Brazil, Not All Gringos Are Created Equal PDF Print E-mail
2005 - August 2005
Written by Thaddeus Blanchette   
Saturday, 06 August 2005 18:28

Blue eyes and earthIt's been my privilege to listen recently to several North American colleagues, themselves immigrants from Latin America, present papers here in Brazil regarding immigration from South America to the United States. What has struck me on these occasions has been their unconscious, almost natural, use of the word "gringo" to describe the native born, predominantly "white" population of the United States.

 
Now We Know Why the PT Came to Power. To Preserve Bourgeois Rule. PDF Print E-mail
2005 - September 2005
Written by Hector Benoit   
Wednesday, 07 September 2005 10:55

Shout of the Excluded protest in Brasília, capital of BrazilThe deep crisis of the Workers Party (PT) government of Luis Inácio Lula da Silva marks the end of a long cycle of bourgeois rule in Brazil, which opened up with the fall of the military dictatorship more than 20 years ago. In the early 1980s, with the withdrawal of the military after 20 years of dictatorship, a new cycle of bourgeois rule in Brazil began: sectors of the conservative and corrupt oligarchy of the North and Northeast of the country gained hegemony within the Brazilian state.

 
Brazil's Lula Gets His Best Revenge in the Company of the Queen PDF Print E-mail
2006 - March 2006
Written by Arthur Ituassu   
Wednesday, 08 March 2006 09:34

Brazil's Lula and first lady Mariza Letícia with Queen ElizabethWhen Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva toured the Tropicália exposition at London's Barbican center during his state visit to Britain on 7-9 March 2006, he may well have recalled part of the song named for the cultural movement that changed his country in the late 1960s: "I run the movement, I guide the Carnaval, I open up the monument".

 
In Brazil, Indians Can Do It All: Smuggle, Rape and Kill PDF Print E-mail
2005 - October 2005
Written by Janer Cristaldo   
Thursday, 06 October 2005 10:17

Paulinho PaiakanA good 12 years ago, still in the pre-Internet era, when we had arguments on separatism in Brazil, I published an article in the daily Zero Hora, from Porto Alegre, entitled "The Territory Is Already Divided". In that article, I stated that the Ianomami and other indigenous tribes could have countries for their own use, while other Brazilians could not even think about the subject because it was a crime against national security.

 
For Brazilian Blacks Life Has Always Been a State of Siege PDF Print E-mail
2006 - April 2006
Written by Gerard Taylor   
Sunday, 02 April 2006 10:51

Capoeira the Jogo de AngolaIn his Voyage Pittoresque et Historique au Brésil,  Jean-Baptiste Debret painted an elderly blind slave begging in the streets of Rio de Janeiro. Begging was often the occupation of slaves who had been awarded manumission due to handicaps that stopped them from working. The blind man is shown playing a berimbau, accompanied by a young boy who carries a sugar cane, "destined to his nourishment."

 
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