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  1. Crítica | Martírio - Vortex Cultural
    21/03/2018 @ 00:25

    […] atentados ainda não foram criminalizados para podermos chamá-los de crimes, do jovem negro que a cada vinte e três minutos é exterminado de novo, e mais uma vez, no Brasil de sempre, necessita da banalização diária dos […]

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  2. After an unarmed teen is killed at a supermarket, netizens share stories of growing up black in Brazil · Global Voices
    25/02/2019 @ 21:30

    […] registered every year in the South American country are of black males below the age of 20. Every 23 minutes, a black man is killed. Many grow up accustomed to being mistaken for a criminal by the authorities […]

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  3. After an unarmed teen is killed at a supermarket, netizens share stories of growing up black in Brazil – StarFeed
    25/02/2019 @ 22:53

    […] registered every year in the South American country are of black males below the age of 20. Every 23 minutes, a black man is killed. Many grow up accustomed to being mistaken for a criminal by the authorities […]

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  4. After an unarmed teen is killed at a supermarket, netizens share stories of growing up black in Brazil | iamanonymous.com
    25/02/2019 @ 23:40

    […] registered every year in the South American country are of black males below the age of 20. Every 23 minutes, a black man is killed. Many grow up accustomed to being mistaken for a criminal by the authorities […]

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