Minas and bros, it’s National Rap Day: Stories from those who rolled the sound – 06/08/2022

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According to streaming platforms, rap is rising in listenership with modern names reminiscent of Emicida, Criollo, Zama and Jonga, and already established artists reminiscent of Racionais Mcs. On National Rap Day, celebrated this Saturday (6), Nós Negros brings a collection of materials about the style, complicated and acid songs, but additionally in love, psychological well being and nature.

There’s one thing particular about rap lately, placing your experiences in the most subjective type of affection. Rebellion doesn’t observe the position of toughness related to black individuals, a spot that takes humanity away from us.”
In an interview with Rico Dallas, rapper, Nos Negros

Among the contents, it’s also price mentioning a webseries about Sabotage, commented on by his youngsters 17 years after his demise, a number of interviews in the framework of Thaide’s 30-12 months profession, a gathering of rappers and beatmakers from the Northeast to alter the recreation. music scene and rapper Shakal, who is reviving the area in Rio the place he spent 20 years on the streets.

And, though ladies have at all times occupied areas in rap, they have not at all times been acknowledged. Here, it’s price revisiting Dina D’s UOL tales and content material, led by Negra Lee, Preta Rara, Jodi Tasha and Tracy, Tasia Rees, Lynn da Quebrada, Jup do Barro and Mac Sofia.

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“Receive”… Within a number of months, Iran grew to become Santana’s “Luva de Pedrero.” The Bahian influencer broke out on the web, closed contracts with firms and now has a millionaire standoff with a former supervisor. With meteoric fame, is it a unified model or a passing meme?

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Study or eat… With the disaster and with out scholarships, youth from the periphery hand over going to school. Lack of cash and want to proceed their research attributable to the accountability of working and paying family payments. report of TAB Some of those tales carry.

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Portugal… Portuguese President Marcelo Rabelo spoke after the racism case involving the youngsters of Giovanna Evebank and Bruno Gagliasso. The parliamentarian mentioned that there’s racism in the nation, however it’s not potential to generalize Portuguese society as racist. See extra about pronunciation.

Anti-Racist… Translator Priscilla Celeste, who has a black son, launched the guide “The Other Side, Here Side” by which she introduced the errors and successes of the white household in the training of the black little one and mentioned the position of the white. People in the combat towards racism.

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Justice… Model Bruno Krupp was arrested for the demise of Joao Gabriel Cardim, a 16-12 months-previous black man. Krupp was using his bike at excessive velocity in Barra da Tijuca (RJ) when he hit it. Model solutions for intentional murder. Artists and communicators expressed outrage over the case.

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A leaked report revealed that the Peabody Museum at Harvard University in the United States incorporates the human stays of greater than 7,000 Native Americans and not less than 15 enslaved individuals.”
Carlos da Silva Jr., columnist for UOL

Historians Ana Flavia Magalhas, Carlos da Silva, Fernanda Oliveira, Marilla de Almeida and Patricia Alves-Mello are the authors of the Pressenca Historica column at UOL.  - Disclosure - Disclosure
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In Notícias, Carlos da Silva Jr. of Presença Histórica supplies details about a doc that reveals how North American universities benefited from slavery.

In Ecoa, Eduardo Carvalho towards Titi and Blais displays on how racism impacts the lives of society as an entire, and Aniel Franco describes the day of the inauguration of Mariel’s statue in downtown Rio de Janeiro.

In Universa, Chris Guterres discusses how political gender violence makes it tough for girls to rise to energy. Out of 191 international locations, Brazil ranks 142nd on the world map of girls in politics.

The spree with public cash reaches such absurd ranges that an unique report [do UOL] The highest-paid worker of everybody on the checklist, Fabricio Menhas Cabral, has revealed that he’s unable to provide a convincing rationalization of precisely what his position is at Separge. In seven months, he earned a wage of R$ 122,800, it’s not recognized precisely why”
Chico Alves, columnist for UOL

In Noticias, Chico Alves says the primary candidates for presidency in Rio de Janeiro undergo an astral hell with public opinion. In the case of Claudio Castro, the disaster got here after a collection of unique reviews by UOL about secret places.

In VivaBem, Alexandre Silva dives into the Disney animation “Moana – A Sea of ​​Adventures” to speak about the significance of connecting with spirituality, and Larissa Cassiano rides on Anitta’s intimate fragrance line to warn about the significance of vaginal well being and naturalness. the odor

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Take the imaginative and prescient

Structural racism runs via the whole lot and, in well being, it may very well be no totally different. For instance, there are these myths that black ladies undergo extra or get sick much less and then, we get much less medication. In reality, we won’t cease working, so we work sick.”
Carolina Magalhas, creator of the mission “Se Cuida Preta”.

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Most ladies collaborating in breast most cancers prevention campaigns are white. But the illness impacts many black ladies, as is the case of Carolina Magalhas, certainly one of the finalists for the Inspiradoras 2022 award.

Diagnosed at age 29, Carolina started sharing her experiences on social media throughout therapy, culminating in the guide “But It Doesn’t Feel Like You Have Cancer” and the mission “Se Cuida Preta.” Informing black ladies about prevention and therapy.

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In episode #66 of Get Talk, the debate on the so-referred to as imposter syndrome is approached from a racial perspective. In the chat, psychologist Ariane Kwanza Tena explains how structural racism pushes the black inhabitants to really feel powerless.

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