So what is a boçau? How did this revolutionary term become a pejorative name in Brazil?
On this episode we feature excerpts from an interview we did with Dr. João Costa Vargas in Austin, Texas at the University of Texas – Austin.
Black Disidentification: The 2013 Protests , Rolezinhos, & Racial Antagonism in Post-Lula Brazil by João Costa Vargas
Dr. João Costa Vargas explores dimensions of a foundational social antagonism that characterizes Brazilian society, by analyzing the ways in which the problem of Black presence manifested itself in the 2013 mass street protests and the rolezinhos (literally cruises, or little strolls).
In this discussion we discuss the structural conditions Africans from Brazil and the United States live under and the character of the various struggles happening in these African Diaspora communities.
EP.011: Lights, Camera, Action with Donnie Mossberg:
An In Depth Dialogue with a Grassroots Media Producer
Part 1 of 2
On this episode we interview Donnie Mossberg! Donnie is a musician, technician, videographer, and a member and organizer of the All-African People’s Revolutionary Party.
Catching Hell In The City Of Angels: Life And Meanings Of Blackness In South Central Los Angeles by João H. Costa Vargas
Since the 1980s, Los Angeles has become the most racially and economically divided city in the United States. In the poorest parts of South Central …
Never Meant to Survive presents a historical, political, and social assessment of anti-black genocide and liberatory struggles that arose to resist it. Based on fine-grained …