The Story of Salvador’s Banda Didá — Longreads


In a country with violent history and violent politics, Brazil’s first all-female, Afro-Brazilian percussion group drums and dances and changes lives.

via The Story of Salvador’s Banda Didá — Longreads

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4 Responses to The Story of Salvador’s Banda Didá — Longreads

  1. The fact that Bolsonaro got elected does not make life easier for the women.

    It is difficult to understand how Salvador only had one black mayor in its history, when more than 90% of the inhabitants are black or brown. How is that even possible?

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