For those of you who don´t know, today is the Brazilian Independence Day. I don´t know much about politics and presume there is not much to celebrate, but you have to be blind not to see that something tense is going on. Something is shifting. After some massive protesting, Brazilians are slowly learning one thing:… Read More 7th of September Blues
Any article with a title like this one is bound to be interesting! Must read. Why Brazil Is Its Own Worst Enemy | Daniel Wagner.
An article I read the other day: Voices of Brazil, the models facing prejudice at home, from the Guardian, really bothered me and I just felt I had to write something about it, being black and all. First of all, the author accuses Brazil of choosing a white couple to represent the country in the… Read More Review: Prejudice? Really?
The other day, someone left a comment on an article I wrote about my Driving School Experience, asking why I didn´t go back to my country. This type of comment is very common (although it´s the first one I´ve received) when you are a foreigner commenting on the defects of another country, so I would… Read More Gringa Go Home!