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Vogue Brazil Fashion Director Resigns After ‘Slavery’ Themed Party

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AFRICANGLOBE - The fashion director of Vogue Brazil has resigned after she was accused of racism because her slavery themed birthday party which showed depictions of colonial slavery. The fashion director of Vogue Brazil has resigned after she was accused of racism because her slavery themed birthday party which showed depictions of colonial slavery.Pictures taken at Donata Meirelles’ 50th birthday show her sat on a throne, surrounded by Black women in white dresses, at a party in Bahia, the state with the biggest Black population.

Is The Color Of One’s Partner A Random Choice? One Woman’s...

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AFRICANGLOBE - Interracial relationships. Yes, we’ve talked about them before, but the conversation has been expanding for a number of years. As we continue to explore this issue, we push aside accusations by some that anyone who supports the union of Black men and Black women must be some sort of Hitlerite racist who hates interracial couples.

Apartheid Continues In Bahia, Brazil

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AFRICANGLOBE - A company in Brazil attracted attention when advertising six openings for receptionists in which the women could only have “White skin”, between the ages of 18 and 28 and above height of 5’7”. In a capital city where most people are Black.

Afro-Brazilian Entrepreneurs Overcome Barriers And Changed The Face Of The Game

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AFRICANGLOBE - Despite the economic gap between Afro-Brazilians and the rest of the population, many of them have managed to break the barriers of prejudice and grew on the business scene.

A Lighter Shade Of Black… Observations Of Racial Identity In...

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AFRICANGLOBE - This post is not an academic essay on Racial Identity. It’s simply a personal account of what I’ve witnessed and experienced while in Rio de janeiro/Brazil, and thoughts of locals and expats I have met. If you come to Brazil thinking racism doesn’t exist (or you chose to label it ‘classism’ – another topic in itself, as opposed to what it really is), welcome to the real world. I’m here to bring you down to reality.
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