This week, What Is Happening In Brazil reports on the findings of a new dossier published on Jan. 29 as part of the celebration for Brazil’s National Transgender Day of Visibility, exposing the bleak reality faced by the Brazilian trans community.
Our News Update also features the National Day Against Slave Labor, on Jan. 28, while labor inspections to fight contemporary slavery in Brazil have been declining.
We continue with the second installment our three-part special series on the Brumadinho dam disaster to mark the one-year anniversary of the worst man-made environmental disaster in the country’s history. This time, we spoke with locals about the problems they have been facing with their water supply since the rupture of the dam.
The topic of this week’s Culture Talk is the blossoming of Brazil’s political book industry, amid an environment of political polarization and effervescence.
And finally, Brazilianism will show you how easy it is to make a delicious and healthy yam milk.
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Edited by: Aline Scátola