Tessa Thompson On Her Panamanian Grandmother & the Lack of Afro-Latino Stories in Hollywood | Remezcla

Carmen Phillips, Remezcla TAYLOR JEWELL/INVISION/AP/REX/SHUTTERSTOCK, Featured Image In Nia DaCosta’s Little Woods, opening this weekend, Tessa Thompson plays Ollie, a woman trying to survive the last few days of her probation after getting caught illegally selling prescription pills in a rural North Dakota town on the Canadian border. When Ollie’s younger sister, Deb (Lily James), […]

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Is It Time for the Black Brazilian Billionaire? | OZY Downplaying Black identity in Brazil has historically brought socioeconomic gains. But a new generation is embracing it — not only to campaign around issues like education and police violence, but also to exercise choice on spending money and creating new businesses.

Downplaying Black identity in Brazil has historically brought socioeconomic gains. But a new generation is embracing it — not only to campaign around issues like education and police violence, but also to exercise choice on spending money and creating new businesses.

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These Images of Afro-Brazilian Black Women Will Take Your Breath Away | Essence As the world watches Rio now that the Olympics have begun, we'd be remiss not to take in the beauty of our people in the country: Afro-Brazillians. We've rounded up images captured by photographers Helen Mozao and Yohanna Reis that show the style and soul of being Black in Brazil. Take a look!

As the world watches Rio now that the Olympics have begun, we’d be remiss not to take in the beauty of our people in the country: Afro-Brazillians. We’ve rounded up images captured by photographers Helen Mozao and Yohanna Reis that show the style and soul of being Black in Brazil. Take a look!

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Brazil’s Rich and Varied Black History, Too Often Hidden, Comes Alive On ‘Rios de Historia’ Tour – Atlanta Black Star Started just eight years ago, Brazil’s Rios de Historia cultural tour has attracted thousands of travelers from the U.S. and abroad, giving tourists a once-in-a-lifetime look at the nation’s most dazzling historic and cultural sites.

Started just eight years ago, Brazil’s Rios de Historia cultural tour has attracted thousands of travelers from the U.S. and abroad, giving tourists a once-in-a-lifetime look at the nation’s most dazzling historic and cultural sites.

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