Luiza Bairros

Luiza Bairros is a recognized leader within Brazil’s black civil rights movement, the Movimento Negro Unificado, completed her post-graduate work at Michigan State University and is a former professor of Sociology at the Catholic University of Salvador (Bahia, Brazil) amongst her many other accomplishments. Tapped by Brazil’s first president, Dilma Rouseff, to be the Minister of
Racial Equality, she brings with her a career of struggle against racism and sexism in Brazilian society.
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Marques Travae. For more on the creator and editor of BLACK WOMEN OF BRAZIL, see the interview here.

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