Politics on social media may be exciting and even fun. But is it good for democracy?
What might a letter of complaint to a university truth commission reveal about Brazil’s political climate and the multiple lives of documents?
In Brazil and Kentucky, rural populations are producing media content to take on marginalization and discrimination in their communities
While the mainstream media villainized the Bolsonaro voters, presenting them as either the entreguista economic elite, ready to offer its natural resources to the old colonial powers, or as people full of hate and anger, a closer look at this electorate allows one to notice nuances among supporters and also remind us that votes are, in the end, the currency that people exchange to meet their needs.
São Paulo rappers are remaking the cultural space of the city. We’ve joined forces with AAA’s public education initiative “World on the Move: 100,000 Years of Human Migration” to run an ongoing series of articles on migration and displacement. Click here for all World on the Move articles. Current events continue to remind us that migration is a […]