#Nigga, What? Afro-Brazilians Express Black Pride by Embracing a Problematic Word

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Like most people who use Instagram, I peruse the platform to seek out black beauty—men and woman. I live in Brazil, a country that is more than 50 percent black. But you wouldn’t know that by the faces you see on television, in magazines and even on mainstream websites.

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