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Brazilian Theatre Helps Raise Awareness About Current Social Conditions

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For many years, the theatrical traditions of a group of afro-descendants in Icapui Brazil have been passed down through several generations. As Lynsey Saunders reports, the younger generation of these Angolan slaves from this small town in Brazil are using the theater to raise awareness of the poverty and discrimination they still face today.

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