Rio de Janeiro’s Port Zone was once the largest slave port in the Americas. As developers work to “revitalize” the area, Black activists are fighting to retain the remnants of the district’s historical significance.
Celebrating victories and decrying injustices, the march was a rallying cry for Indigenous rights.
When record-setting rain fell in Brazil, responses varied between communities—and so did the number of lives lost.
Chef Regina Tchelly repurposes food waste to provide access to healthy food and remedy a broken social system.
The police killing of João Pedro Mattos Pinto, a 14-year-old Black Brazilian in Rio de Janeiro, unmasked the scope of police brutality amid a pandemic and led to an unprecedented court decision.