It’s Carnaval in Brazil—What ‘Marielle Presente’ Means for Women of Color Across the Globe — Radio Free


March 14 will mark the first anniversary of Brazilian politician Marielle Franco’s assassination—but on Sunday, the second day of São Paulo Carnaval, her legacy as a powerful and empowering black, gay, single mother was celebrated without apology. For women of color in Brazil and beyond, this was a demonstration of united strength—not just power. Hundreds […]

via It’s Carnaval in Brazil—What ‘Marielle Presente’ Means for Women of Color Across the Globe — Radio Free

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