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Salvador da Bahia is Brazil’s most African city and their culture is thriving

CGTN America It’s a city in Brazil where 80 % of its residents are of African descent. African culture has been experiencing a renaissance there as well. Salvador da Bahia is the capital of Brazil’s northeastern state of Bahia. It’s … Continue reading

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Casa do Jornalista Ed Ruas em Santo Amaro no Recife. 

Bom dia com essa arte incrível que interage com o meio! Casa do Jornalista Ed Ruas em Santo Amaro no Recife. Artista: Moises Jesus da Silva conhecido como Kbeça. #ideiasdiferentes Source: Casa do Jornalista Ed Ruas em Santo Amaro no … Continue reading

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Tribo Éthnos e Maracatu Nação Pé de Elefante Parte 1

Apresentação da Tribo Éthnos juntamente com o Maracatu Nação Pé de Elefante, 27 de outubro de 2011, Feirinha de Tambaú no encerramento da semana “Saúde da População Negra”. Momentos de celebração, diálogos, encontros culturais e muita alegria. Nada se compara … Continue reading

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Heritage Open Weekend!

Try your hand at drumming, See us outside, Learn the steps of Samba, Climb the tower where the bell hides, Hear the Flat Iron Choir, When the peal of bells are done, Heritage Open Day, This Sat and Sun! Source: … Continue reading

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Bolsonaro and the battle for Brazil’s future: an interview with Elias Jabbour — Eyes on Latin America

The election of far right politician Jair Bolsonaro in last year’s Brazilian Presidential election sent shock-waves across Latin America and the entire world. What has been the impact of Bolsonaro’s first eight months in office? I interviewed Elias Jabbour, Professor … Continue reading

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Amazon wildfires: Brazil’s president sends in army as thousands protest

Jair Bolsonaro is deploying the army to help fight the fires, but some – including world leaders – say he is not doing enough.   Brazil’s president has insisted that he is taking a tough approach to tackling the Amazon … Continue reading

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Brasil

Carnival in Pernambuco Photo by Visit Brasil on flickr · From the combination of cultural diversity of a country with continental dimensions and current and modern elements, comes a unique lifestyle: the Brazilian way of living.[…] Source: Brasil

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Street art in Rio de Janeiro. Unknown author. #streetart

Street art in Rio de Janeiro. Unknown author. #streetart Source by daniellemw83 Source: Street art in Rio de Janeiro. Unknown author. #streetart

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Media Blackout on Brazil’s Anti-Bolsonaro Protests – Why are New York Times and Guardian downplaying resistance to Brazil’s far-right president? — Russia News Now

by Brian Mier August 13 protest against Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro in Belo Horizonte, one of 211 cities where demonstrations took place (photo: Dowglas Silva). Hundreds of thousands of Brazilians took to the streets of 211 cities on August 13 … Continue reading

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A Rainbow of Light Diffracts Through Hummingbird Wings in Photographs by Christian Spencer

Australian photographer Christian Spencer has lived within Brazil’s Itatiaia National Park for nineteen years. The lush natural surroundings offer a multitude of photo opportunities ranging from pumpkin toadlets to false coral snakes. One of Spencer’s most fascinating finds is the way that light diffracts through the wings … Continue reading

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