New generation of black women are putting the stereotype of the Carnival dancer in check in Rio de Janeiro

I’m of the belief that like-minded Black women from both North and South America could move mountains for great causes!

Black Women of Brazil

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Note from BW of Brazil: If there is one thing that I’ve learned continuously in studying history and viewpoints; we must always consider the other side of the story in order to get a full understanding of any given topic. Sometimes we will agree with alternative viewpoints, sometimes we will disagree. In some cases, the debate is more valuable than the conclusion itself! And as I’ve written in other posts, I am always willing to present different views so as to give my readers a balanced understanding of the issue at hand. It’s not possible for an audience that has little experience with a given topic to understand what is at stake unless they can see both or all perspectives on any particular topic. The best example I can provide is the topics this blog covers. While the focus is on black women of Brazil, for readers outside of Brazil…

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  1. leggypeggy
    Feb 28, 2017 @ 19:36:38

    I enjoy their blog. Have been following it for some time.

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