Brazil elections 2018
"I want a country where black people and LGBTQ individuals can walk freely. As a woman, I want to walk around without being afraid I'll get raped."
“The laws are for everyone, this is how it will be during our constitutional and democratic government."
“It gives us a sense of how important we are.”
A side-by-side look at how Bolsonaro and Haddad view women, people of color, and the LGBTQ community based on everything they say—or don’t say—in their administrative proposals.
Brazilian politics is backsliding toward militarism, and the presidential election could make it worse
“This nostalgia for military order is a response to both political corruption and urban violence. But it’s completely misplaced.”