Brazil In Black And White Two radically different ways of seeing race come into sudden conflict in Brazil, provoking a national conversation about who is Black? And who is not Black enough?
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Brazil In Black And White

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Two radically different ways of seeing race come into sudden conflict in Brazil, provoking a national conversation about who is Black? And who is not Black enough?

Students at the University of Pelotas. Twenty percent of the students were admitted under an affirmative action policy for black or pardo students.
courtesy of Mario Theodoro