If you've seen this meme
If you've seen this meme before, and you were confused, then this is the perfect video for you. In this video, we take a look at the origin of the meme, the meaning of the meme, and how it grew in popularity.
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Brasil e um pais bosta
That guy speaking portuguese at 1:09 literally said "whoever is reading this, i ate ur ass." lmao
Im Brazilian ;-;
But that meme its funny XD (and idk why it is funny to me ;-;, maybe bc i agree? Idk)
Im going to start using that meme when im playing and someone make something bad XD
Comi o cu de quem leu
Toucan: they decided to speak portuguese
Yeah because we were colonized by Portugal
In this video, I break
In this video, I break down the word Quilombo. In my opinion, Quilombo is the most important word in Afro-Brazilian culture and history. The word represents freedom and independence for Black Brazilians.
By the way, quilombo, the word comes from Bantu languages (mainly current day Angola).
******More resources to learn about Quilombos*******
1) The movie Quilombo, 1984 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pwbmkM7xQS0
2) Quilombismo Book by Abdias Nascimento - https://www.amazon.com.br/Quilombismo-Abdias-Nascimento/dp/8527311496
3) Brazil’s Quilombos - https://www.lonelyplanet.com/articles/brazils-quilombos-the-heart-of-afro-brazilian-history
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Aparelha is a free place for black people to come together and learn, and fight against racism. It is raising money to stay open!
Do you agree that a very small small
Percentage of black Brazilians express black pride?
Maybe i travelled to the wrong parts of Brazil..all I saw was black men with white woman ...and black woman with white men. I saw very little Brazilian blacks expressing black pride. I thought it didn’t exist there.
Thank you for sharing
Please fave Aqualtune of Casa de Kinlaza is, according to tradition, the MAE of Ganga Zumba and the maternal grandmother of Zumbi dos Palmares.  She would be an African princess, the daughter of an unidentified Congo king. She could also be Ganga Zumba's grandmother. She was a great warrior .. led more than 300 men ,,,, fought until her death ,,, that's why ZUMBI was born in a QUILOMBO FREE
What does Brazil mean in
What does Brazil mean in English? Learn the meaning of Brazil.