September 1993

CONTENTS:

Cover: Racial democracy just a white Lie (p. 7)

Short story: Lopes Neto’s, You, Little Nigger (p.13)

Children: The massacre continues (p. 15)

Ecology: Yankees in the jungle (p. 17)

Economy: Real money? (p. 18)

Leave the Amazon alone! (p. 19)

World Cup: Field of blames (p. 21)

CNN: From Atlanta to Rio (p. 22)

Music: Virtuose Moacir Santos(p. 23)

Movies: Coffin Joe presents (p. 24)

This is Bossa Nova (p. 25)

Cinema: Our Nélson [Pereira dos Santos] is back (p. 27)

Review: Brazilian Pasadena with Ivan Lins and Dori Caymmi (p. 29)

Music: Cae[tano Veloso] & Gil[berto Gil] of old (p. 30)

Travel: Holy Espírito Santo (p. 32)

DEPARTMENTS:

Rapidinhas (p. 6)

Letters (p. 12)

The Cultural Pulse (p. 34)

Por aí (p. 35)

Los Angeles Calendar (p. 38)

San Francisco Calendar (p. 39)

That’s Brazilian (p. 40)

  • Show Comments (0)

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

comment *

  • name *

  • email *

  • website *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Ads

You May Also Like

Brazil Exports 6% Less Coffee But Earns 14% More

Brazilian exports of coffee reached 2.1 million bags of coffee in August, which generated ...

Despite Last Decade’s Good Ride Competitiveness Cliff Haunts Brazil

As Carnaval in Brazil kicked earlier this month, Brazilians were ready for a party. ...

Rhodia factory in Paulínia, São Paulo, Brazil

Rhodia Invests US$ 41 Million is Its Main Brazilian Factory

French chemical company Rhodia announced today that it will invest US$ 41 million in ...

US$ 7.4 Billion: Brazil Petrobras’s Profit Falls 20% in First Half

Brazilian state-controlled oil and gas multinational Petrobras had net profit of 13.55 billion Brazilian ...

Uruguay Has 10,000 Tons of Milk Waiting a License to Enter Brazil

Given Brazil's long delay in extending import licenses for Uruguayan dairy produce Uruguay is ...

Brazil’s Universal Care for AIDS Patients at a Dead End

Rising costs for drugs is threatening Brazil’s ability to provide free AIDS medication to ...

Brazil’s Clothing Sector Has Learned How to Be Competitive

A survey by the Abit (Associação Brasileira da Indústria Têxtil e de Confecção – ...

Brazil’s State-Run Companies Spending Rises 277% with Lula

A report from Brazil’s Department of State-Run Enterprise Coordination and Governance (Dest), which is ...

Self-Medication Fever

Eighty million Brazilians, more than half the population, self-medicate regularly according to the Brazilian ...

South Korea Gets Green Light to Open Development Bank in Brazil

The Minister of Foreign Relations of Brazil, Celso Amorim, said yesterday that commercial relations ...