Category Archives for Race
Another interviewee in my project. Meet Vivian.
Aaannnd we’re back with the Half in Brazil Project! Sorry for the break ladies, gentlemen, and anyone else along the gender spectrum, but I was busy posting about favelas and shoes. And trying to get all my classes straightened out. … Continue reading
Just a quick post today. I wanted to share these awesome ads for this year’s New York Latino Film Festival, and the accompanying New York Times article. I love them! They address stereotypes that not enough people talk about when … Continue reading
Tell me this isn’t the worst ad you have ever seen.
Sabrina is doing the exchange program with me. She is half Brazilian, half Portuguese, which–if you ask any Portuguese or Brazilian–is a pretty interesting mix! I’m going to let her explain the rest, since she does such a great job … Continue reading
This is my favorite cousin, Elisa. Or at least, I’m pretty sure that out of all my cousins, she reads my blog the most, which puts her high up on my list. But she’s cool for other reasons too. She’s … Continue reading
A lot of people ask me why I moved here to Brazil for a year. I mean, a whole year, why not just six months? But I need a year in order to come back speaking Portuguese fluently. To learn … Continue reading