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Brazil and its deficit of secularism and republicanism

The government took a step further in promoting racial equality with the signing of a decree guaranteeing at least 30% of the Executive Commissioned Positions in the federal government will be ho by Black people.

Cynicism, sexism, and racism in the discourse regarding Francia Márquez

Co-author Allison B. Wolf With the triumph of the first leftist government in Colombia, cynical attitudes have become allied with racism, classism, sexism and other forms of bigoted discourse in the country.

Lethal violence in Brazil: Victims are black, but crime is never racially motivated

In Brazil, racism is maintained through a sophisticated mechanism of "deracialization" of reality.

Victoria Santa Cruz and the present full of the past

This year marks the centenary of the birth of Victoria Santa Cruz (1922-2014), an icon of Afro-Peruvian culture and exponent of African influence in Latin America and the Caribbean.

Racist Algorithms against Refugees

The information policy of developed countries in terms of border management, human mobility, and asylum is based on the permanent surveillance of groups considered undesirable.

Xenophobia toward Northeastern Brazilians? No, call it racism

Nothing new under the sun. In every presidential election, the votes of the Brazilian Northeast are pointed out as the result of welfarism, if not of stupidity or illiteracy.