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Category Archives: Workers’ Party

Verônica Lima becomes the first black councilwoman of the city of Niterói (state of Rio de Janeiro)


Verônica Lima of the PT (Partido dos Trabalhores or Worker’s Party) recently became the first black woman to be elected to city council in the history of the city of … Continue reading

October 30, 2012 · Leave a comment

Cida Abreu: “The Workers’ Party has to transform Brazil and build a better society for everyone”


Cida Abreu, NationalSecretariat to Combat Racism NationalSecretariat to Combat Racism speaks of challenges ahead for the party, on the occasionof its 32th anniversary. “We have to befirm and not lose … Continue reading

March 1, 2012 · Leave a comment

Cida Abreu: “The Workers’ Party has to transform Brazil and build a better society for everyone”


Cida Abreu, National Secretariat to Combat Racism National Secretariat to Combat Racism speaks of challenges ahead for the party, on the occasion of its 32th anniversary. “We have to be … Continue reading

March 1, 2012 · Leave a comment