Benedita Da Silva: An Afro-Brazilian Woman's Story of Politics and Love
In this memoir, Brazilian cabinet member Benedita da Silva shares the inspiring story of her life as an advocate for the rights of women, people of color, and the poor, and argues persuasively for economic and social human rights in Brazil and everywhere.
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A Walk Through the Favela
No One Said Politics Would be Easy
From Life After Death to Life After Birth
Feminism With Passion
Exploding the Myth of Racial Harmony
Democratizing the Land
We Too Are the Children of Brazil
Time to Cut Up the Pie
All the More Reason to Keep on Dreaming
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