Minas and my brothers, it is nationwide rap day: their tales resonate – 06/08/2022

Minas and my brothers, it is nationwide rap day: their tales resonate – 06/08/2022

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In response to streaming platforms, rap has elevated the variety of listeners with present names equivalent to Emicida, Criolo, Xamã and Djonga, in addition to established artists equivalent to Racionais Mcs. On the Nationwide Day of Rap, celebrated this Saturday (6), Nós Negros presents a choice of subjects concerning the style, which analyzes in vital songs and acid, but additionally love, psychological well being and nature.

These days there’s something very particular about rap, which is to place crucial factor in your expertise as love in a tangible manner. Riot exactly by not following the function of issue related to black individuals, that place dehumanizes us.
Rico Dalasam, rapper, interviewed by Nós Negros

Among the many contents, it’s value mentioning the webseries about Sabotage, described by his kids 17 years after his loss of life, some interviews within the framework of 30 years of Thaíde’s work, the gathering of rappers and beaters from the Northeast to vary the sport. stage musician and rapper Shackal, who’s reviving the area the place he spent 20 years on the streets, Rio.

And, though ladies have all the time held positions in rap, they don’t seem to be all the time seen. Right here, it’s value revisiting tales and content material from UOL from the pioneer Dina Di, by means of Negra Li, Preta Rara, Tasha and Tracie, Tássia Reis, Lin da Quebrada, Jup do Bairro and Mc Soffia.

“ACCEPT”… In just a few months, Iran Santana turned “Luva de Pedreiro”. The Bahian affect erupted on the web, closed contracts with firms and now has an enormous disagreement with the previous boss. With meteoric fame, are you a longtime model or a passing meme?

READ OR EAT… With issues and with out scholarships, younger individuals from the periphery cease going to varsity. Because of the accountability of working and paying money owed at house, there’s a lack of cash and willingness to proceed their research. report of TAB brings a few of these tales.


PORTUGAL… Portuguese President Marcelo Rabelo spoke after the racism case involving the kids of Giovanna Ewbank and Bruno Gagliasso. The parliament mentioned that there’s racism within the nation, however it’s unimaginable to generalize Portuguese society as racist. See extra concerning the announcement.

THE OPPOSITE… Translator Priscilla Celeste, who has a black son, launched the ebook “On the opposite aspect, on the opposite aspect” the place he brings the errors and successes of the white household within the training of the black youngster and discusses the function of the white. individuals within the combat towards racism.


JUSTICE… For instance Bruno Krupp was arrested for the loss of life of João Gabriel Cardim, a 16-year-old black man. Krupp was driving a motorbike at excessive pace in Barra da Tijuca (RJ) when he hit him. For instance he’s liable for intentional murder. Artists and communicators expressed anger and guilt.



A leaked report discovered that the Peabody Museum at Harvard College in america homes the bones of greater than 7,000 Native Individuals and at the very least 15 enslaved individuals.”
Carlos da Silva Jr., UOL columnist

Historians Ana Flávia Magalhães, Carlos da Silva, Fernanda Oliveira, Mariléa de Almeida and Patrícia Alves-Melo are the authors of the column Presença Histórica, at UOL.  - Revealing - Telling
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In Notícias, Carlos da Silva Jr of Presença Histórica presents details about a doc that reveals how the highest universities of North America benefited from slavery.

In Ecoa, Eduardo Carvalho reveals how the racism towards Titi and the Blessing impacts the lifetime of most of the people and Anielle Franco describes the day of the opening of the statue of Marielle within the metropolis of Rio de Janeiro.

In Universa, Cris Guterres discusses how political violence makes it troublesome for ladies to control. Out of 191 international locations, Brazil is in 142nd place on the world map of girls in politics.

The mess with public cash is reaching such a ridiculous degree {that a} particular report is required [do UOL] reveals that Fabrício Manhães Cabral, the best paid worker on this record, can not give a concrete rationalization of what his function is at Ceperj. In seven months, he acquired R122,800 in wage, it isn’t identified for what objective”
Chico Alves, columnist for UOL

In Notícias, Chico Alves says that the principle candidates for the federal government of Rio de Janeiro are going by means of astral hell within the public opinion. Within the case of Cláudio Castro, the issue got here after UOL’s particular studies about secret positions.

In VivaBem, Alexandre Silva enters the animation of Disney “Moana – Sea of ​​Adventures” to speak concerning the significance of religious connection and Larissa Cassiano takes a detailed tour of the fragrance line of Anitta to warn about personal well being and the significance of nature. smells.



Structural discrimination runs by means of all the things and, in life, is not any completely different. There are, for instance, these myths that black ladies endure extra ache or that they get sick much less and, after that, they offer us much less drugs. In actual fact, we can not cease working, so we work sick”
Carolina Magalhães, creator of the undertaking “Se Cuida Preta”

Carolina Magalhães, winner of the 2022 Inspiradoras Award in the category of Biography - Julia Rodrigues/UOL - Julia Rodrigues/UOL
Photograph: Julia Rodrigues/UOL

Nearly all of ladies who’re a part of breast most cancers prevention campaigns are white. However this illness impacts many black ladies, as is the case with Carolina Magalhães, one of many winners of the Inspiradoras Award 2022.

Identified on the age of 29, Carolina started sharing her expertise on social media throughout therapy, which ended up within the ebook “Nevertheless it would not seem like you will have most cancers” and the undertaking “Se Cuida Preta”, with the intention of informing black ladies about prevention and therapy.


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In episode #66 of Gate Speak, the dialogue concerning the so-called Imposter Syndrome approaches the idea of racism. Within the dialogue, psychologist Ariane Kwanza Tena explains how structural racism pushes black individuals to really feel powerless.

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