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It’s a ‘Genocide Project’: New Study Reveals Shocking Statistics On Black People Murdered In Brazil

The killings of African descendants in Brazil has gotten so bad that a researcher has dubbed the South American nation a “genocide project” of Black people.

A recent study by the Institute for Applied Economic Research and the #Brazilian Forum of Public Safety, released Monday, June 5, found that #AfroBrazilians are 23.5 percent more likely to be killed than any other ethnic group in the country. Researchers’ appropriately titled “2017 Violence Atlas” also revealed that for every 100 murders in Brazil, 71 are of Black Brazilians. “It’s not by chance that most people who die are Black, [and] that the majority of those incarcerated are Black people,” said lawyer, researcher and actress Dina Alves, who studies race, gender and class in Brazil. “It’s the state that kills when police kill.” Alves, an outspoken supporter of the rights of Afro-Brazilians, said the staggering numbers are proof that Brazil is virtually exterminating its Black population. In a sit-down interview with Black Women of Brazil last year, she discussed how simply being Black is often viewed as a crime in Brazil’s criminal law system. “For us, Black women and men and indigenous, we are still in the fight for reaffirmation of our humanity and political existence,” Alves said. “Why are we the No. 2 country in the Americas with the largest number of imprisoned? What is the color and gender of prisoners in Brazil? Why are so many young Blacks killed in Brazil?” “Answering these questions may make us reflect on the condition of our existence as Black men, Black women and indigenous,” she added. “We die and are criminalized by the condition of our color.” Data complied by the atlas was based on information obtained by the Mortality Information System of the Brazilian Ministry of Health, TeleSUR reported. The statistics indicated that in 2007, Brazil’s homicide rate was 48,000 people per year. By 2015, the number of Brazilians murdered each year had jumped to 59,080. A large majority of the victims were young, uneducated Afro-Brazilians who lived on the outskirts of

Ale&Tatiana Kizomba WS
Tarraxa tequnique&hip work💕
#Aletatiana #Kizombacarioca #afrobrazilians #Alevilar #Tatianarosa

Didnt make it to #zumba but danced the #samba w/ local #AfroBrazilians. One #Brazilian guy danced w/me for 30 straight minutes! 😥💃 #travelstories

My people💖💖😘👑👑👑. Here is a little history:
Africans brought to Brazil belonged to two major groups: the West Africans and the Bantu people.

The West African people (previously known as Sudanese, and without connection with Sudan) were sent in large scale to Bahia. They mostly belonged to the Ga-Adangbe, Yoruba, Igbo, Fon, Ashanti, Ewe, Mandinka, and other West African groups native to Guinea, Ghana, Benin, Guinea-Bissau and Nigeria. The Bantus were brought from Angola, Congo region and Mozambique and sent in large scale to Rio de Janeiro, Minas Gerais, and the Northeastern Brazil.
I felt really emotional when our tour guide told us about the History of Salvador 😘. #Salvador #Brazil #History #AfroBrazilians#Bahianas #HappyPeople #BlackQueens #Tourist #TravelDiary #Ruthymilano #Nigeria #Ghana #Benin #Congo #Angola #Yoruba #Igbo #Bantus #WestAfricas #SlaveTrade

#AfroBrazilians #BlackBrazilians #BlackBrazil #BlackPeople #AfroLatinas #AfroLatinos #AfricanAmericans #BlackCaribbean #BlackAmericans #Moors #Kemetic #Moorish #Kemet #Africa #African #Africans #Rasta #BlackWomen #BlackGirlsRock #Blackmen #alkebulan #Melanin #BlackLivesMatters #AfricanDiaspora #blackamerica #blackpower #BlackInLatinAmerica
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Blanqueamiento can also be accomplished through economic achievement. Many scholars have argued that money has the ability to whiten, where wealthier individuals are more likely to be classified as white, regardless of phenotypic appearance. It is by this changing of social status that blacks achieve blanqueamiento.In his study, Marcus Eugenio Oliveira Lima showed that groups of Brazilians succeeded more when whitened.
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Blanqueamiento has also been seen as a way to better the economy. In the case of Brazil, immigration policies that would help whiten the nation were seen as progressive ways to modernize and achieve capitalism. In Cuba, blanqueamiento policies limited economic opportunities for African descendants, resulting in their reduced upward mobility in education, property, and employment sectors.

At the Brazil House in Jamestown, Accra Ghana during Chale Wote Festival 2016. For my love of Brazil and our common roots, it was a pleasure to dance with elders of the Tabom people. The Tabom People or Agudas refers to the Afro-Brazilian community in South of Ghana. They are an Afro-Brazilian community of former slaves returnees. When they arrived in South Ghana and Accra and they could speak only Portuguese, so they greeted each other with “Como está?” (How are you?) to which the reply was “Tá bom”, so the Ewe people, Ga-Adangbe people and Akan people in of South Ghana and Accra started to call them the Tabom People. ❤️ #chalewotefestival2016 #accra #ghana #brazil #afrobrazilians #africa #african #travel #color #globalnomad #dance #happy #woman #queen #beauty

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OF NEGROID DECENT ✊🏽✊🏾✊🏿, NOT NO DAMN PALE SKINNED EUROPEAN, NEANDERTHAL HEATHENS!#Repost @tommie_russell93 (@get_repost)
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The southern kingdom of Judah(Judah,Benjamin,and levi) are everywhere. The only way we can wake our people up if we can wake up the influential people in our black communities like rappers actors and activists. They are the main roots in the garden that has to be watered so all the fruits and vegetables in the garden can grow and flourish. #israelites #israelitebyblood #kingdomofjudah #nocamp #daughtersofzion #afrodominican #jamaicans #afropuertorican #afrocuban #afromexican #bahamians #trinidadians #afrobrazilians #igbo #yoruba #ashanti #benin #sonsofjacob #slavecoast #ivritisraelites #workinprogress #haitians #tribeofbenjamin #ibom #ibibio #12tribesofisrael #yahuah #yahushua #africanamericans

The southern kingdom of Judah(Judah,Benjamin,and levi) are everywhere. The only way we can wake our people up if we can wake up the influential people in our black communities like rappers actors and activists. They are the main roots in the garden that has to be watered so all the fruits and vegetables in the garden can grow and flourish. #israelites #israelitebyblood #kingdomofjudah #nocamp #daughtersofzion #afrodominican #jamaicans #afropuertorican #afrocuban #afromexican #bahamians #trinidadians #afrobrazilians #igbo #yoruba #ashanti #benin #sonsofjacob #slavecoast #ivritisraelites #workinprogress #haitians #tribeofbenjamin #ibom #ibibio #12tribesofisrael #yahuah #yahushua #africanamericans

Brazilian model Danilis Paz chillin' with an owl. @danilispazz 📷: @brunavalenca
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TRIVIA: Danilis was a contestant in the Miss Recife 2017 pageant. Recife is Brazil's 6th largest metro area.
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#blackpageantqueens #blackbeautyqueens #missrecife #missbrasil2017 #missbrazil2017 #danilispaz #afrobrazilian #afrobrazilians #afrobrasileira #mulheresnegras #bpqsa #bpqbrazil #bpqmuo #bpqdanilispaz

A #Brazilian dish called #Feijoada....which was fed to slaves on Saturdays. This dish is made with black beans and every undesirable pieces of pork.
People say that the history behind this dish is a myth bc it is a variation of a Portuguese dish that is considered a delicacy.
Now ask yourself, who invaded Brazil? The Portuguese. The biggest difference between the invasion of Brazil and the invasion of the United States is that Portugal never wanted to live here, they only came to steal our riches. We are rich with mines filled with precious stones and have very fertile land.
They gave the slaves this dish once a week because it is hearty....to this day, Saturday is still the day Brazilians really eat feijoada. Of course some folks make it with choice cut meat, but history is history and needs to be told so folks never forget. #Brazil #Slaves #AfroBrazilians #BlackHistory #Portugal #Portuguese #Knowledge #information #history

#HappyBirthday #HappyBday #JoyeuxAnniversaire #FelizCumpleanos #FelizCumple #FelizAniversario to my man Rodrigão @faustino1977 !!! 🎉🎊🎉🎊😃😃😃👊🏾👍🏾👏🏾 #Cooking for you guys and #celebrating your 40's here in #Mexico #MexicoCity #CDMX was a blessing bro. Wish you all the best ever !! And as you said, hope you to triple that, haha... 🔝🆒 #goodtime #bomtempo #casaforadecasa #homeoutsidehome #brazilians #brasileiros #afrobrazilians #afrobrasileiros #braziliansworldwide #brasileirosmundoafora #afrobraziliansworldwide 🇧🇷🇲🇽🌎

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It’s a ‘Genocide Project’: New Study Reveals Shocking Statistics On Black People Murdered In Brazil

The killings of African descendants in Brazil has gotten so bad that a researcher has dubbed the South American nation a “genocide project” of Black people.

A recent study by the Institute for Applied Economic Research and the #Brazilian Forum of Public Safety, released Monday, June 5, found that #AfroBrazilians are 23.5 percent more likely to be killed than any other ethnic group in the country. Researchers’ appropriately titled “2017 Violence Atlas” also revealed that for every 100 murders in Brazil, 71 are of Black Brazilians. “It’s not by chance that most people who die are Black, [and] that the majority of those incarcerated are Black people,” said lawyer, researcher and actress Dina Alves, who studies race, gender and class in Brazil. “It’s the state that kills when police kill.” Alves, an outspoken supporter of the rights of Afro-Brazilians, said the staggering numbers are proof that Brazil is virtually exterminating its Black population. In a sit-down interview with Black Women of Brazil last year, she discussed how simply being Black is often viewed as a crime in Brazil’s criminal law system. “For us, Black women and men and indigenous, we are still in the fight for reaffirmation of our humanity and political existence,” Alves said. “Why are we the No. 2 country in the Americas with the largest number of imprisoned? What is the color and gender of prisoners in Brazil? Why are so many young Blacks killed in Brazil?” “Answering these questions may make us reflect on the condition of our existence as Black men, Black women and indigenous,” she added. “We die and are criminalized by the condition of our color.” Data complied by the atlas was based on information obtained by the Mortality Information System of the Brazilian Ministry of Health, TeleSUR reported. The statistics indicated that in 2007, Brazil’s homicide rate was 48,000 people per year. By 2015, the number of Brazilians murdered each year had jumped to 59,080. A large majority of the victims were young, uneducated Afro-Brazilians who lived on the outskirts of

#Repost i_am_ochru: It’s a ‘Genocide Project’: New Study Reveals Shocking Statistics On Black People Murdered In Brazil

The killings of African descendants in Brazil has gotten so bad that a researcher has dubbed the South American nation a “genocide project” of Black people.

A recent study by the Institute for Applied Economic Research and the #Brazilian Forum of Public Safety, released Monday, June 5, found that #AfroBrazilians are 23.5 percent more likely to be killed than any other ethnic group in the country. Researchers’ appropriately titled “2017 Violence Atlas” also revealed that for every 100 murders in Brazil, 71 are of Black Brazilians. “It’s not by chance that most people who die are Black, [and] that the majority of those incarcerated are Black people,” said lawyer, researcher and actress Dina Alves, who studies race, gender and class in Brazil. “It’s the state that kills when police kill.” Alves, an outspoken supporter of the rights of Afro-Brazilians, said the staggering numbers are proof that Brazil is virtually exterminating its Black population. In a sit-down interview with Black Women of Brazil last year, she discussed how simply being Black is often viewed as a crime in Brazil’s criminal law system. “For us, Black women and men and indigenous, we are still in the fight for reaffirmation of our humanity and political existence,” Alves said. “Why are we the No. 2 country in the Americas with the largest number of imprisoned? What is the color and gender of prisoners in Brazil? Why are so many young Blacks killed in Brazil?” “Answering these questions may make us reflect on the condition of our existence as Black men, Black women and indigenous,” she added. “We die and are criminalized by the condition of our color.” Data complied by the atlas was based on information obtained by the Mortality Information System of the Brazilian Ministry of Health, TeleSUR reported. The statistics indicated that in 2007, Brazil’s homicide rate was 48,000 people per year. By 2015, the number of Brazilians murdered each year had jumped to 59,080. A large majority of the victims were young, uneducated Afro-Brazilians who lived on the outskirts of large cities.

"There is one thing that I want to make quite clear.......no matter how much respect, no matter how much recognition whites show towards me, as far as I'm concerned as long as that same respect and recognition is not show towards everyone of our people in this country, it don't exist for me." #MalcolmX #Happy92ndBirthday #BrotherMalcolm Never forget, WE ARE AFRICANS. No matter where you are born, you will ALWAYS be an African. #Healfromwithin Check out my #BlackNationalist #Soundcloud #Podcast the link in my bio! #staywoke #Africans #Africa #BlackAmerica #AfroLatinos #AfroEuropeans #BlackCanadians #AfroBrazilians #Aboriginals #WestIndies #Caribbean #DearQueens #DearKings #CommunityBuilding #AfroUnity #UNapologeticallyBlack #Wokeness #WeAreBlackHistory #WeAreMagic #LeanOnme #BlackLeadership

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