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Documentary “A Última Abolição” (‘The Last Abolition’) shows the situation of blacks in modern day Brazilian society and contemplates an incomplete abolition — Black Women Of Brazil

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Note from BW of Brazil: Every year, on May 13th, Afro-Brazilian activists, writers and leaders reflect on what this date actually means. On May 13th, in 1888, Princesa Isabel signed what called the Lei Áurea, or the Golden Law, officially putting an end to about 350 years of the enslavement of Brazil’s black population. But the…

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