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Yohana de Andrade · December, 2011

Descendant of Indigenous, Germans, Portuguese, Spanish and African – basically a Brazilian. Interested in human rights, feminism and anything related to “minorities.” After study globalization issues in Washington, D.C., thanks to a scholarship, Yohana received a degree in Journalism and now is a content producer for internet and new technologies. Important to share that she is the number one fan of @Rabanada, the Portuguese version of french toast.

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Latest posts by Yohana de Andrade from December, 2011

Brazil: How Many Lives Does the Guarani-Kaiowá's Land Cost?

Last November, 42 gunmen attacked an indigenous reserve in Mato Grosso do Sul, executing Nísio Gomes, 59, chief of the Guaraní Kaiowá and several other villagers. These attacks take place...

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