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Capoeiristas' protesting in the street in Brazil

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thats a pretty cool and artistic way to express! impressed
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I had a friend from Argentina who used to play Capoeira. It is a really interesting culture and holds a lot of meaning. apparently in Brazil people ''fight" in the street all the time.
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People are very sensitive about their culture and they should be. This is something dear to the people and the should get out and protest.
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As feminists and capoeiristas we have been protesting in the street against President Temer,” said Paula Barreto, a Brazilian capoeira mestra of nearly 32 years and still one of the few female masters in the country.
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sometimes human expressions are amazing.
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N’Salambo says Brazil’s new ambassador in Kinshasa, Paulo Uchoa, is glad this Brazilian sport has come to the Congo and offers something positive to these children’s lives. He has promised to support them. In fact, soon they will no longer train in the street but in a facility for which the Brazilian embassy is paying the rent.



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Preserving culture is the true nature of this dispute. I hope these people are able to achieve what they are fighting for.
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