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Everything We Know About the School Shooting in Brazil

"Things like this don’t happen in Brazil, but other countries,” said the Brazilian vice president, who added “violent video games” may have influenced the killers.
Marie Declercq
3.13.19
Photos

Photos That Show Brazilian Carnaval from a Different Perspective

Instead of pointing her lens at the street, Lady Gaia captured the reactions of residents who watched the colorful party from the best seat in the house: their apartments.
Marie Declercq
2.28.19
Internet

Finally, a New Emoji to Mock Men

The latest batch of emojis features new possibilities for shattering fragile masculinities and capitalism alike.
VICE Staff
2.5.19
hair

The Viral 'Bulletproof' Haircut Started in Prison

First Ariel Franco was in solitary confinement. Then he was Brazil's most sought-after hairstylist.
Julia Reis
1.4.19
politics

How Brazil's Far Right Is Weaponizing Fake News

Borrowing from the Trump campaign’s successful strategy in the 2016 elections, Jair Bolsonaro is relying on “firehosing” to increase his chances of winning the Brazilian presidency—and it’s working.
Amauri Eugênio Jr.
10.11.18
Goths

Goth Didn't Die, It's Always Been Dead

Brazilian goths talk to us about representation, style, and cemeteries.
Marie Declercq
7.26.18
fans

This Guy Tattooed an Entire Soccer Jersey on His Torso

Forty percent of Maurício dos Anjos' body is now covered in the black and red stripes of his team, Flamengo.
Rafael Luis Azevedo
4.26.18
Culture

We Went to a Fashion Show Inside a Brazilian Prison

What started as recreational crochet lessons for detainees turned into a private runway show.
Bruno Costa
4.23.18
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Marielle Franco’s Friends Are Transforming Their Grief into Revolution

Fellow activists talk about the slain councilwoman's legacy and how they'll keep fighting for change in Brazil.
Bruno Costa
4.4.18
Black Panther

Look at How Much These Afro-Brazilian Kids Love 'Black Panther'

A crowdfunding campaign took 200 children from São Paulo to the movies to see Marvel's blockbuster. They absolutely loved it.
Bruno Costa
4.2.18
Photography

A Bloody Guerrilla Street Performance Challenges Brazil's Racist Past

Artists took to the streets of São Paulo to speak out against violence and racism directed at Brazil's black and non-white citizens.
Bruno Costa
3.6.18
Photography

Brazil’s Biggest Afro-Brazilian Festival Celebrates a Sacred Sea Goddess

Pictures of the annual festival that honors Iemanjá, the most popular deity in the Candomblé and Umbanda religions.
Carla Castellotti
2.19.18
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