This issue is all about celebrating strength in the face of adversity – sharing stories of defiance in a world falling apart.
It's been four months since neofascist Jair Bolsonaro was sworn into office. So what is the outlook from Salvador, the Brazilian city with the highest population of afro-descendants?
Neo-fascist Jair Bolsonaro is now the most extreme right-wing leader of any democratic country. We ask sociologist and Brazil expert Jesse Souza what happens next.
Earlier this week, Brazil elected the racist, sexist, climate change-denying neofascist Jair Bolsonaro to be president. Now, it’s time for resistance.
Activist groups across the country are mobilising against presidential candidate Jair Bolsonaro – a populist who has built a campaign from racism, misogyny and homophobia.
Years after her father and friends travelled across Latin America with just surfboards and a van, Antonia Wallig is taking that adventure a step further.
Allimento is a new dry food supplement that is set to be offered to the state’s low-income communities, in a bid to tackle ‘food waste and poor nutrition.’
After a judge ruling authorised the usage of "sexual reversion therapy" in the country earlier this week, the LGBTQ community organises to make their voices heard and say no to intolerance.
Queermuseu, a groundbreaking exhibition on queer identity, was forced to close on Sunday after receiving pressure from far-right and evangelical groups.
Pepsi's new protest advert isn't just ridiculous, it highlights the all too real way in which protest movements are co-opted by corporations and elites to hollow out radical ideas.
At 79 years old, Elza Soares has never been more relevant. As Brazil faces growing repression, she's become a guiding light for Black, female and LGBT people.
Showcasing the raddest surf and skate movies from across the globe, the riotous MIMPI 2016 kicks off in Rio de Janeiro, November 12-15. Here’s what not to miss.