• Categories
  • Archives

Mayors Are Up for Election in Brazil. It’s a White Game

Brazil, a country where a majority of residents identify as non-white, will head to ...

In Brazil, We Also Have a Dream

Almost all political speeches are irrelevant and soon forgotten. But, a couple weeks ago, ...

Brazil’s Debt to the Ford Foundation: E Unum Pluribus

The United States of America has long been recognized as a beacon of race ...

It’s Still Not Easy Being Black in Brazil

In Brazil, unlike other countries, different ethnic groups interact a lot – sometimes peacefully, ...

Brazil’s New Racial Equality Law Is Watered Down. But Blacks Are Not Complaining

Although there are different evaluations of how much impact the newly House-approved Statute of ...

She’s Black and Woman and Wishes to Be Brazil’s Next President

"During the US Democrat party primaries, when Hillary Clinton was running against Barack Obama, ...

New York Gets to See Documentary on Brazil’s Black Rebel Slaves Villages from 1600s

Quilombo Country, the award-winning documentary about Brazilian villages founded by escaped and rebel slaves, ...

120 Years After End of Slavery Brazilian Blacks Still Far from Getting Equality

Despite Brazil’s NIMBY attitude about racism, while trying to convince itself of being a ...