On the mat, Rafaela Silva won for her marginalized favela. In the streets, activists are winning the right to protest.
Source: Olympic Joy in the Face of Erasure
This entry was posted on August 15, 2016 by serious2020. It was filed under Adults, AFRIKAN, Black History, Brazil, Children, Commentary, Community outrage, Culture, Education, Human Rights, Martial Arts, Political, Politics, predictive policing, Racism, rape, Serious2020, Sports, War against Afrikans and was tagged with Artists, Black Lives Matter, Brazil, Dave Zirin, favela, freedom, judoka, marginalized, Olympic Joy in the Face of Erasure, protest, racism, Rafaela Silva, Slavery, South America, The Nation, War on Afrikans.
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