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Documento inédito mostra como a repressão monitorava integrantes do então embrionário movimento negro brasileiro

Documento inédito mostra como a repressão monitorava integrantes do então embrionário movimento negro brasileiro

johann moritz rugendas - Brasil colonial - Pesquisa Google

johann moritz rugendas - Brasil colonial - Pesquisa Google

Alessandro de Medici (1510-1537)  He was known as "The Moor." Officially, the illegitimate son of Lorenzo de Medici and the slave Simunetta, he may actually have been the child of Giulio de Medici, who went on to become Pope Clement VII. As the first Duke of Florence, Alessandro was the first "black" head of state in modern Western history and ancestor to several of the royal lines of Europe.

The History And the Age of The Moors in Spain: How The Moors Civilized Europe - The History of Africa

Alessandro de' Medici, called "Il Moro" (The Moor") was born in the Italian city of Urbino is His mother was an African slave named Dimonetta who had been freed

‘If I had even the slightest inclination that I would be portrayed as inferior, or as the “before” in a before and after shot, I would have been the first to say an emphatic “no”.’

I am the woman in the 'racist Dove ad'. I am not a victim

Dove Apologises For Ad Racist Showing Black Woman Turning Into White One

verger - Pesquisa Google

verger - Pesquisa Google

Throughout the critical reflection Moving Beyond Pain, my take on Beyoncé’s  visual album Lemonade, I celebrate the use of diverse images of black women  in all forms. There is no moment in the piece where I act as though the  aestheticization of black female beauty in all its forms—whether ordinary  or glamorous—is a cause for concern. Oftentimes if I make critical comments  it is assumed I am playa hatin. Readers forget that one can critique yet  still admire. I can be critical of Beyoncé…

Femme Feminista

Introducing American author, feminist, and social activist, Bell Hooks. Bell writes about capitalism, race and gender in her books and speaks passionately about feminism in various universities across America. Feminism has no limits!

Clube da Esquina in 1971 with former president of Brazil, Juscelino Kubitschek de Oliveira

Clube da Esquina, 1971 - com o ex-presidente Juscelino Kubitschek de Oliveira

Slave Songbook : Origin of the negro Spiritual - YouTube || An icebreaker on a number of fronts...

Excerpt from PBS documentary History Dectectives Slave Songbook tracing the development of Negro Spirituals and cultural connections to Africa

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