Politics & Society

Another Brazil is Possible

By Marcos Colón 25 March, 2022

This article is republished courtesy of Latin American Bureau, the original article can be found here. In the local language, Zo’é means‘we, people like us’, as distinct from kirahis, ‘outsiders, non-indigenous’. The language is a branch (specifically sub-group... Read Article

Getúlio: The First Carioca I Met

By 06 March, 2021

I was a fairly clueless adventure-seeking 21-year-old when I visited Rio for the first time in 1994. The sky was always grey. It rained often. My Lonely Planet remained on the bus after my long, achy journey from... Read Article


EmpoderArte Uses Film to Empower Peruvian Women

By Gianna Giordani 27 February, 2021

This article was originally published by Sounds and Colours’ partner, Latin American Bureau. You can read the original here. Social arts organisation EmpoderArte is run by Karoline Pelikan, LAB’s film editor and director of Cine Latino and Pelikan... Read Article