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Tulane alum Cairo Santos embodies determination in Chicago

Frank Saldaña, Contributing Reporter September 29, 2021

The NFL journey of Tulane University alumni Cairo Santos is one that perfectly embodies the Latino spirit of fighting through fear and adversity. Hailing from Limiera, Brazil, Santos spent his youth...

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Beyond the burning of the Amazon Rainforest: the Bolsonaro regime’s centuries long genocide of indigenous peoples

Hugo Fajardo, Senior Staff Writer November 20, 2019

Loggers ventured illegally into the Amazon Rainforest in the northeastern state of Maranhão, Brazil earlier this month. For the people that live within this part of the Amazon Rainforest, the Guajajara...

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Black history is world history: Exploring African diaspora mythos, religions

Hugo Fajardo, Intersections Editor February 20, 2019

Black history is so massive and enriching, border lines and oceans cannot possibly measure it. During Black History Month, Americans recognize the hardships and oppression Black people continue to face...

Left: Fernando Haddad; right: Jair Bolsonaro

Brazilian election spells trouble for global politics

Colin Threlkeld, Staff Writer November 8, 2018

Jair Bolsonaro spent most of the last 30 years in the Brazilian Chamber of Deputies screaming at anyone who will listen about his hatred for LGBTQ+ people and ethnic minority groups. His primary complaint...

Painting for the People: Grupo Opni blends Brazilian culture with graffiti art

Painting for the People: Grupo Opni blends Brazilian culture with graffiti art

Emily Fornof, Intersections Editor September 13, 2017

The Hullabaloo's interview with Toddy was translated from Portuguese to English by Annie Gibson. The quotations attributed to Toddy in this article are Gibson's translations.  Toddy and Val are the...

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