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Brazil Unfiltered

Washington Brazil Office

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Brazil is going through challenging times. There’s never been a more important moment to understand Brazil’s politics, society, and culture. To go beyond the headlines, and to ask questions that aren’t easy to answer. 'Brazil Unfiltered,' does just that. This podcast is hosted by James N. Green, Professor of Brazilian History and Culture at Brown University and the National Co-Coordinator of the U.S. Network for Democracy in Brazil. Brazil Unfiltered is part of the Democracy Observatory, sup ...
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RECLAME is an entertainment platform, on TV (Multishow/Globosat), Radio (Kiss FM/ Rock Reclame) and Internet, dedicated to the world of communication, creativity, marketing, advertising, focusing on the Brazilian and global advertising market, we cover the major festivals that celebrate the creativity as Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity, for 17 straight years, and we are the only program in the electronic media specialized in covering the backstage of the main Brazilian adve ...
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Marcos Arruda is an economist, professor and author. He is an associate and co-founder of the PACS Institute – Alternative Policies for the Southern Cone, Rio de Janeiro since 1986 and an associate of the Transnational Institute, in Amsterdam, since 1975. Arruda is the co-founder and former director of IBASE – Brazilian Institute of Social and Econ…
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Peter Kornbluh is a Senior Analyst who was has worked at the National Security Archive since April 1986. He currently directs the Archive's Cuba and Chile Documentation Projects. He was co-director of the Iran-Contra documentation project and director of the Archive's project on U.S. policy toward Nicaragua. From 1990-1999, he taught at Columbia Un…
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Rafael Alcadipani is full professor of management at the Sao Paulo Management School from the Getulio Vargas Foundation in Brazil. He got his PhD in management from the University of Manchester, UK. He does research on police and crime in Brazil. He has published widely in top scientific journals in his academic field. Prof. Alcadipani also writes …
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In the last program of 2023, James Naylor Green switches roles and becomes the interviewee. The Brazil Unfiltered host, who is a professor of Brazilian history and culture at Brown University and the national co-coordinator for the US Network for Democracy in Brazil, answers questions by André Pagliarini, a 2022 and 2023 faculty fellow at the Washi…
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Raísa Cetra is co-executive director at Article 19 Brazil and South America and PhD student in Global Health at USP. She has a bachelor's degree in International Relations at the same university. She has worked widely on international human rights law within civil society organizations, mostly in Brazil and Argentina and in regional and global foru…
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Athayde Motta holds a master’s degree in Anthropology and a master's degree in Public Affairs (both from the University of Texas at Austin). He has a long career in the areas of international development, management of civil society organizations (CSOs) and program and project development. He worked for Oxfam GB and the Ford Foundation and was the …
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Mila Burns is an Associate Professor at the Department of Latin American & Latino Studies at Lehman College, CUNY. She is the Associate Director at the Center for Latin American, Caribbean, and Latino Studies at The Graduate Center, CUNY. Burns is the author of Dona Ivone Lara's Sorriso Negro (Bloomsbury Academic, 2019; Editora Cobogó, 2021) and Na…
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Natalia de Campos is a performance and theater artists, producer, writer, educator, translator and activist born in São Paulo, Brazil. She has lives in New York for the last 25 years, where she founded the multidisciplinary arts collaborative Syncretic Pleasures, to produce performance and arts events with different collaborators. She has taught En…
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Luis Adams is a partner of the Litigation, Arbitration and Compliance practices of Tauil & Chequer Advogados. In the Brasília Office, he is responsible for matters related to Superior and Supreme Courts. Adams has extensive tax experience, working as Counsel for the Federal Treasury at the Ministry of Finance for 24 years, from 1993 until his resig…
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Fabio Sá e Silva is an associate professor of International Studies and the Wick Cary professor of Brazilian Studies at the University of Oklahoma. He is also affiliated as a fellow at the Harvard Law School Center on the Legal Profession. He studies the social organization and the political impact of law and justice in Brazil and comparatively. As…
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Rafael Grohmann is an Assistant Professor of Media Studies with focus on Critical Platform Studies at the University of Toronto. Leader of DigiLabour initiative. Co-director of Critical Digital Methods Institute. Researcher of Fairwork and Platform Work Inclusion Living Lab (P-WILL) projects. Founding Board Member of Labor Tech Research Network. Hi…
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Jonathan Watts is a British journalist serving as the global environment editor of The Guardian. Based in the Amazon town of Altamira, Pará state, he is one of the cofounders of Sumauma, an independent news agency specialized in reporting from the Amazon. He has also reported from the Antarctic, Arctic, Amazon and several COP summits for The Guardi…
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Maria Hermínia Tavares de Almeida, P.H.D. in Political Science, is senior researcher at Centro Brasileiro de Análise e Planejamento (CEBRAP), retired Professor of Political Science and former dean of the Institute of International Relations at the University of São Paulo (2009-2013). Her books include Foreign Policy Responses to the Rise of Brazil …
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Jan Rocha is a British born journalist and writer who was correspondent for the BBC World Service and The Guardian in Brazil from the 1970s to the 90s and currently writes about politics for LAB (Latin America Bureau). Her books about Brazil include Murder in the Rainforest: The Yanomami, the Gold Miners and the Amazon and Cutting the Wire (the sto…
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Andre Pagliarini is an assistant professor of history and fellow in the Wilson Center for Leadership in the Public Interest at Hampden-Sydney College in central Virginia. He has written widely on Brazil for scholarly and academic audiences in outlets like Latin American Research Review, Latin American Perspectives, New York Times, and The Guardian …
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Maurício Angelo is an award-winning international freelance investigative journalist and the founder of The Mining Observatory, a Brazilian based investigative journalism Centre established in 2015. Researcher at Sustainable Development Center at the University of Brasília (UnB). He publishes in many media outlets in Brazil and around the world and…
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João Roberto Martins Filho is professor emeritus of Political Science at the Federal University of São Carlos with a doctorate in Social Science from the State University of Campinas. He is the author of many classical works, including an English translation of "The Student movement and the military dictatorship" (1987), "The Palace and the Barrack…
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Cecília MacDowell Santos is Professor of Sociology at the University of San Francisco and Researcher at the Center for Social Studies, University of Coimbra. She holds a Ph.D. in Sociology (UC Berkeley) and a Master in Law (University of São Paulo). Her research interests center on laws, policies, and feminist mobilizations to combat violence again…
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​​In this episode of Brazil Unfiltered, James Naylor Green speaks with Fiona Watson. Fiona is Research and Advocacy Director at Survival International, the global movement for tribal peoples' rights. She has been with Survival since 1990 and worked on many campaigns for Indigenous peoples’ rights, notably with the Yanomami, Guarani, and Awá in Braz…
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​​In this episode of Brazil Unfiltered, James Naylor Green speaks with Fernanda Magnotta. Fernanda is a specialist in United States foreign policy. She holds a PhD and a Master's degree from the San Tiago Dantas foreign relations post-graduation program, of a consortium of the State University of São Paulo (Unesp), the State University in Campinas …
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In this episode of Brazil Unfiltered, James Naylor Green speaks with Celso Amorim. Celso is a professor and professional diplomate. He served as Dilma Rousseff's Minister of Defense (2011-2014) and Lula's Minister of Foreign Relations (2003-2010). Celso also spent time as the Permanent Representative of Brazil to the United Nations and the World Tr…
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In this episode of Brazil Unfiltered, James Naylor Green speaks with Guilherme Casarões. Guilherme is a Senior Researcher at the Brazilian Center of International Relations, a professor at the Fundação Getúlio Vargas in São Paulo, and a member of the Observatório da Extrema Direita. His research explores topics related to Brazilian foreign policy, …
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In this episode of Brazil Unfiltered, James Naylor Green speaks with Celso Rocha de Barros. Celso is a Sociologist and Political Scientist. Celso is a political columnist for the Folha de São Paulo and the author of "PT, uma história," which comes out October, 2022. Brazil is going through turbulent times. There’s never been a more important moment…
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In this episode of Brazil Unfiltered, James Naylor Green speaks with journalist Fernanda Mena. Fernanda has worked at the Folha de São Paulo for over a decade, both as an editor and as a reporter. Before arriving at the Folha, she worked at Piauí, Fantástico, TV Globo, and UOL. Fernanda is a leading voice in the debate about drug prohibition and th…
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In this episode of Brazil Unfiltered, James Naylor Green speaks with Brian Mier. Brian is a Chicago native who has lived in Brazil for almost 30 years while working as a journalist. Brian is co-editor of the English language publication Brasil Wire and correspondent for Telesur English’s news program, “From the South.” He also edited the book Year …
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In this episode of Brazil Unfiltered, James Naylor Green speaks with Rafael Ioris. Rafael is a professor of Latin American history in the history department at the University of Denver and a researcher at the Institute for the Study of the United States in Brazil. You can find Rafael's opinions in multi-media outlets in Brazil and in the U.S. on to…
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In this episode of Brazil Unfiltered, James Naylor Green speaks with Marcelle Decothé. Marcelle is the advocacy director at the Instituto Marielle Franco. She is completing a doctorate in sociology at the Fluminense Federal University. Her academic interests include activism, race, favelas, and public security. As a representative of the Instituto …
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In this episode of Brazil Unfiltered, James Naylor Green speaks with Márcia Lima. Márcia is a Professor in the Department of Sociology at the University of São Paulo and the coordinator of the Afro Research Center on race, gender, and racial justice at the Brazilian Center for Analysis and Planning (AFRO-CEBRAP). In her interview, Márcia offered he…
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In this episode of Brazil Unfiltered, James Naylor Green speaks with Leonardo Avritzer. Leonardo is a Full Professor in the Department of Political Science at the Federal University of Minas Gerais. He is the author of many books, including Democracy and the Public Space in Latin America, Participatory Institutions in Democratic Brazil, and A inova…
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In this episode of Brazil Unfiltered, James Naylor Green speaks with Edward MacRae. Edward is Professor Emeritus at the Federal University of Bahia in the Department of Anthropology. Edward’s doctoral dissertation and first book, The Construction of Equality: Sexual Identity and Politics in Brazil During the Opening is widely considered to be a one…
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In this episode of Brazil Unfiltered, James Naylor Green speaks with Lilia Schwarcz. Lilia is a professor of Anthropology at Princeton University and the University of São Paulo. She is the author of many books in Portuguese and in English on the history and culture of Brazil. Some of her books available in English include: The Spectacle of Races: …
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In this episode of Brazil Unfiltered, James Naylor Green speaks Valério Arcary. Valério is a Professor at the Federal Institute of Education, Science and Technology of São Paulo (IFSP) and one of the leading public intellectuals active in the Socialism and Liberty Party, or PSOL as it is referred to in Brazil. Valério is an expert on Marxist histor…
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In this episode of Brazil Unfiltered, James Naylor Green speaks with Associate professor of political science at the Getulio Vargas Foundation in São Paulo, George Avelino. George's research focuses on elections, political parties, political coalitions, comparative politics, democracy, and public policy. In the interview, George discusses in detail…
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In this episode of Brazil Unfiltered, James Naylor Green speaks with Vânia Penha-Lopes, Professor of Sociology at Bloomfield College, in New Jersey. Vânia is co-chair of the Brazil Seminar at Columbia University (2008-present) and was a member of the executive committee of the Brazilian Studies Association-BRASA (2010-14). A native of Rio de Janeir…
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In this episode of Brazil Unfiltered, James Naylor Green speaks with Andre Pagliarini professor of History at Hampden-Sydney College in Virginia and the co-editor of the Washington Brazil Office's weekly "Brazilian Election Bulletin." In addition to writing widely for general audiences in the United States and Brazil in outlets like The Guardian, N…
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In this episode of Brazil Unfiltered, James Naylor Green speaks with Jana Silverman about the current state of the Brazilian labor movement. Jana holds a Ph.D. in Labor Economics from the Universidade Estadual de Campinas (UNICAMP) and is a Post-Doctoral Scholar at the Center for Global Workers’ Rights at Penn State University. She is a Research Fe…
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In this episode of Brazil Unfiltered, James Naylor Green speaks with Ana Paula Vargas, the Brazil Program Director at Amazon Watch. Ana Paula is a member of the U.S. Network for Democracy in Brazil and Amazon Watch is a partner organization with the Washington Brazil Office.By Washington Brazil Office
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In this special episode of Brazil Unfiltered, James Naylor Green speaks with Gladys Mitchell-Walthour about the life and legacy of Marielle Franco and the state of transnational Black activism today. Mitchell-Walthour is Associate Professor of Public Policy & Political Economy in the Department of African & African Diaspora Studies at the Universit…
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In this episode of Brazil Unfiltered, James Naylor Green speaks with Gregório Duvivier, Gregório is an actor, comedian, and writer. He is the host of the weekly HBO show, Greg News, and one of the creators of the youtube channel Porta dos Fundos. Gregório is also an ambassador for the Washington Brazil Office. Brazil is going through turbulent time…
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In this episode of Brazil Unfiltered, James Naylor Green speaks with David Nemer, Assistant Professor at the University of Virginia, a Faculty Associate at Harvard University’s Berkman Klein Center and Princeton University's Brazil Lab, and a research fellow at the Washington Brazil Office. David's current research explores the problem of online mi…
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In this special message, Professor James N. Green expresses his gratitude to all of the people who have watched or listened to Brazil Unfiltered this year. With the Brazilian presidential election just around in the corner in 2022, and the seemingly inevitable showdown between Bolsonaro and Lula, we can only imagine what unforeseen circumstances wi…
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In this episode of Brazil Unfiltered, James Naylor Green speaks with Thiago Amparo. Thiago is a lawyer, scholar, human rights activist, and professor at the Fundação Getúlio Vargas. He has a weekly column in the Folha de São Paulo and hosts the podcast: “Quem ler tanto noticia,” which, since its launch earlier this year, is one of Brazil’s most lis…
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In this episode of Brazil Unfiltered, James N. Green speaks with Patrícia Campos Mello. Patricia is a renowned journalist currently working at the Folha de São Paulo. She has had a long and rich career that has taken her all over the world. In 2018, Patrícia published a series of articles detailing a possible illegal social media strategy that Bols…
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In this episode of Brazil Unfiltered, James Naylor Green speaks with Sérgio Ferreira, Lula's longtime interpreter. In the interview, Sérgio reflects on the decades he spent by Lula's side, as well as his own personal struggle to expose many of the atrocities committed by the Brazilian Military dictatorship, which include the disappearance of his co…
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In this episode of Brazil Unfiltered, James N. Green spoke with Stanley Gacek, the Senior Advisor for Global Strategies at the United Food and Commercial Workers International Union (UFCW). Stanley is a leading member of the U.S. Network fo Democracy in Brazil and has been on the forefront of many of the international labor issues involving the Uni…
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In this special episode of Brazil Unfiltered, James N. Green tells the story of how Brazil changed his life, from his arrival in the country in 1976, to his time as a student activist and founder of one of the first politicized LGBT movements in South America, and, later ,as a professor of history, a friend of former president Dilma Rousseff, and t…
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In Brazil, November 20th is widely celebrated as a day of Black Consciousness. It is also the anniversary of the assassination of Zumbi dos Palmares. Today, both the figure of Zumbi and the Quilombo or Maroon community of Palmares are important symbols associated with Brazil's African diaspora, and black activism. It is also interesting to note tha…
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In this episode of Brazil Unfiltered, James N. Green sits down with Sean T. Mitchell, Professor of Anthropology at Rutgers University, to discuss the history and politics of the Alcântara Space Center. The final portion of this episode includes a Brazilian News Update, which begins at 53:17 If you are able to, please support us at https://www.patre…
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In this episode of Brazil Unfiltered, James N. Green sits down with Oliver Stuenkel, Professor of International Relations at Fundação Getulio Vargas (FGV) in São Paulo, to discuss Brazil’s place in the world. The final portion of this episode includes a Brazilian News Update, which begins at 57:17 If you are able to, please support us at https://ww…
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