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How Rio's Olympics Destroyed a Favela, but Not the Spirit of a Candomblé Priestess
Two years ago, a simple Candomblé religious rite revealed to Heloisa Helena Costa Berto her future in Rio de Janeiro.
Cante alentejano, capoeira e candomblé: estamos juntos
O cante alentejano encontra-se com Salvador da Bahia. Os Camponeses de Pias encontram-se com a capoeira, com as baianas do Acarajé, com o candomblé. Unem-se no primeiro simpósio internacional Patrimónios Imateriais.
Letter from Brazil: Before There Was Liberation Theology There Was Candomblé
“Liberation theology,” a progressive interpretation of Christianity that gained traction in the mid-20th century, was long preceded by African-based religions such as Brazil's Candomblé.
Ibeyi, Laolu Senbanjo, Warsan Shire Featured In Beyoncé's 'Lemonade'
The rest of Lemonade is a montage of Mardi Gras Indians, bayou lounging, candomblé and blues guitar. The music has more roots and gospel feel than what we've been given lately. It's fitting.
Candomble: The African-Brazilian Dance in Honor of the Gods
Candomblé (meaning dance in honor of the gods ) is a religion found primarily in Brazil with a number of elements derived from African cultures.

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