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· March, 2007

Stories about Brazil from March, 2007

Jamaica: African/Brazilian Connection

Geoffrey Philp's Blogspot covers Joel Gondim's presentation “Color, Identity, and Candomblé in Brazil,” in which he explores how the African connection to Brazil manifests itself in food, music, and religion.

US, Brazil: Accord on Ethanol

Isabella Kenfield and Roger Burbach argue that “The US-Brazil Accord on Ethanol is good for GDP but very bad for rural poor.”

Brazil: Women's Petition for a ‘Right to Respond’

In order to fulfill Global Voices’ mission regarding neglected media visibility of specific groups we will focus today on a Brazilian contingent which now complains of having had — along...

Brazil: Hip Hop and Education

On a program by Brazil's Ministry of Culture to use hip hop as a way to keep kids in school, Made in Brazil writes: “I had not read about the...

Bush in Brazil and Ethanol: Blogs Report and Debate

“We have alcohol to give away and sell” – ethanol molotov for yankee target – source: CMI Brasil The quick visit of the US President George W. Bush to Brazil...

Brazil/US: Information about the New Ethanol Alliance

Raul Zibechi published an informative analysis about the US / Brazil New Ethanol Alliance, calling it ‘the most ambitious attempt to reposition the US in the region since the Free...

Bush Arrives to Protests in Sao Paulo; Uruguay Gets Ready

Brazilian photoblogger Tatiana Cardeal was more prepared with her lens than São Paulo's Military Police Force was for the protests against US President George Bush's visit. The photograph's caption: São...

Brazil: Photography: Antonio Mari

The Travel Photographer introduces Brazilian photojournalist and ethnographer Antonio Mari.

Brazil, Kenya: World Social Forum

Brazilian photographer Tatiana Cardeal was at the seventh World Social Forum in Nairobi, Kenya, where she captured this incredible photograph of children playing in Kibera.

Brazil: Rolling Stone and the Marketing Hackers

One of the more dynamic segments in the Brazilian blogosphere is that of the marketing blogs. Stirred by a local advertising industry that regularly tops the most prestigious creative awards,...

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