How a city with no indigenous cultural roots  is creating a musical legacy.

How a city with no indigenous cultural roots 
is creating a musical legacy.

Of all changes occurred in the last two decades, the most impressive
was the massive entrance of Brazilian women into the nation’s workforce.
They are in the Army, the Brazilian Academy of Letters,
and all the government branches. The first woman was just appointed
to the 11-seat Supreme Federal Tribunal.
By Brazzil Magazine

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