Cordial » racism, really? Or how the murder of a young Congolese man reminds us of the old demons of Brazilian society.

A young congolese man brutally murdered in rio The oxymoron « cordial racism » mocks these old demons that we cannot see. Concomitant with an anthropological violence that can be traced back to the origins of the country born in the violence of slavery and the pillories, racism is omnipresent in Brazil, as it is in the United States. When historians evoke the « café au lait » Republic … Continuer de lire Cordial » racism, really? Or how the murder of a young Congolese man reminds us of the old demons of Brazilian society.