Archive for June, 2013

No Violence in São Paulo

Yesterday night was memorable, as thousands and thousand came out again to the streets of Sao Paulo in an amazing display of civility and togetherness. People marched and sang together with parents, children and friends. It was truly historic. The Government has acknowledged the protests and is rolling back the increase in the price of […]

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Violence in São Paulo

It’s a Saturday morning. The opening day of the Confederations Cup, a major soccer (football) event that this year is hosted in Brazil. Everything these days, seems to be hosted or related to Brazil in one way or another. But today is different. I’m having breakfast in one of my favourite spots that has a […]

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