The podcast Brazilian Talk features an interview with Teresa Gutiérrez, a leading figure in the immigrant rights movement.
Breaking new grounds, Dilma Rousseff is the first woman to be elected as President of Latin America’s largest nation.
BrazilNYC is pleased to feature this exclusive conversation with Dona Anna Marcondes Faria, a community leader at the Morro dos Macacos, one of the largest favelas in Rio de Janeiro.
The United Nations lost its headquarters and between 150-200 employees perished inside the building. The country’s infrastructure was seriously hit, including the collapsing of several governments’ buildings and the deaths of ministers, government staff and future candidates.
A record-setting flood, which has affected the entire metropolitan area of Rio de Janeiro over the past week, has left more than 200 dead – and hundreds more injured and/or homeless.
While thousands of Brazilians celebrated the selection of Rio de Janeiro as the city to host the 2016 Olympic Games, many in Chicago, Illinois, were relieved to lose the Olympic bid.