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Comparing Discriminatory Policing and Social Action in Brazil and the US

The disproportionately harsh and violent treatment of African-Americans by law enforcement officials has been ...

Afro-LGBT Advocates Lead the Struggle for Equality in Brazil

In a historic gathering in Salvador, Bahia, nearly 100 lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender ...

Blacks, Unions, Landless, Women, Gays All Want Something from New President in Brazil

What should be the attitude of the popular and union movements, and which standards ...

Brazil Unearths a 14-Century Muslim to Teach African History to Children

Ibn Battuta, a Moroccan Muslim scholar and traveler who lived in the 14th century ...

Brazilian Blacks Start News Agency to Spread the Word on Them

Brazil’s Afro-Brazilian Society for Social and Cultural Development (Afrobras) is going to launch AfrobrasNews ...

Not Even Sorry from Carrefour Brazil After Its Goons Beat Up Man for Stealing Own Car

Unlike the US, Brazil doesn’t have two separate social classes, divided between whites and ...

Blacks Become Majority in Brazil, But Power Remains with Whites

The news is out. Brazil, with a population of 191 million people, is no ...

Definitive Solution to Quotas in Brazil: Equal School for All

Not so long ago, Brazil was a country divided by the debate over ideas: ...

Where is Brazil’s Barack Obama?

The US presidential candidate, Barack Obama, has just made a triumphal tour of Europe ...