Anitta, Future, and Charli XCX are Boosting Funk Carioca, Pay Attention
The genre has received increased worldwide exposure even as it unearths Brazil’s history of class warfare and colorism.
These Vanishing Resin Chairs Are Representative of Existential Crisis
Tatiane Freitas’s resin chairs beautifully communicate the erasure of the passing of time.
Emergency measures haven’t slowed rising violence against women in Mexico State
One year on from the declaration of a “gender alert,” things are looking as bad, or even worse, for women in Mexico’s most populated state.
How the Zika Virus Is Fueling the Abortion Debate in Brazil
Activists are pushing for a legal change in light of the Zika epidemic and microcephaly concerns in Brazil.
Photos from Inside São Paulo's Most Secretive Street Drugs Market
Taken by Índio Badaróss – the artist known as "the Basquiat of Cracolândia."
Índio Badaróss and Gabriel Uchida, Words: Felipe La
Last Night in Rio Was Massively Depressing
Brazil's humiliating loss to Germany in yesterday's World Cup semi-finals prompted fears of riots, but last night the locals in Rio were mostly just sad and drunk in the rain.
A Visit to One of Brazil's Largest Marketplaces Before World Cup Raids
It was the biggest open-air market in all of Brazil and the nexus of the local economy. Now it's gone.
A Visit to One of Brazil's Largest Marketplaces Before The World Cup Raids
The vast majority of Salvador's population, who live in slums, are not allowed inside the city's new shopping malls. So this became the key place for the poorer 85 percent of the population to buy its food and other groceries.