Black Feminism in Brazil is enjoying an important moment in the spotlight. In recent years, Brazil’s newly educated black women have sought out black authors and thinkers. While the Internet has played a huge role, much of this increased demand can also be attributed to 2015’s Black Women’s March when more than 50,000 Black Brazilian marched in Brasília. One of the main goals of the march was to push the Brazilian government into establishing policy that met the specific needs of black women—disproportionately affected by violence, poverty, and health issues.
Source: 12 Books and Texts You Need to Read to Understand Black Feminism in Brazil – PART 1 – Coisa de Preto by Kiratiana