July 25th, the International Day of Black Women – Date celebrates feminine blackness: read thoughts of 16 women on what it is to be a black woman in Brazil
Note from BW of Brazil: Today, July 25th, is the day in which we celebrate the International Afro-Latin American and Afro-Caribbean Women’s Day. And as we do here every year, we … Continue reading
Note from BW of Brazil: You know, sometimes when you analyze a situation long enough and catch the vibe of what the people are feeling, you can kinda feel a huge … Continue reading
Note from BW of Brazil: Well, this should in fact come as a surprise to no one; at least people who have followed the content of this blog closely for … Continue reading
Is this how to fight racism? Unsuspecting black children, a silent black woman, a white men with good intentions and the invisible racist?
Note from BW of Brazil: In today’s piece, we re-visit a controversial presentation presented by Brazil’s top television network Rede Globo. A few weeks back, during the networks yearly fund-raising effort … Continue reading
Taking it to the streets! Afro-Brazilians march through the city of Florianópolis in one of Brazil’s whitest states to demand recognition and their rights
Note from BW of Brazil: As we’ve written in numerous posts, the past few decades have seen tremendous changes in the consciousness of Brazil’s black population. The giant is waking … Continue reading