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January 21, 2021
Social Justice


A story about the impact of racial segregation.

Beto, a police officer from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, goes to South Africa trying to understand how that country managed to clean up the marks of Apartheid's segregation policy. 

Through the stories of the people he met during his journey, he discovers crucial similarities on issues such as racism and inequality, so striking in both countries.

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Right there (Logo Ali), by Lo Santos and Beto Chaves (2017)

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