We Belong to the Land
Insights from a quilombola thinker on Brazil’s state-sanctioned violence and the power of oral traditions.
A Guarani Mbya leader on environmental activism, food autonomy, and why we should all challenge the concept of “civilization.”
Yemanjá, the Whitewashed Orisha
Unpacking Brazilian diasporic memories and aspects of structural racism through an iconographic analysis.
Fighting for existence in the wake of stolen wealth, toxic metals, gilded bureaucrats and golden visas.
Tracing the bloodline of an ink from sixteenth century Abya Yala to the National Gallery in London.
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No Time to Lose
Remembering trans and travestis lives and politics in Brazil. An incomplete timeline of an ongoing struggle.