Scholastique Mukasonga: Au Brésil, “une femme noire ne compte pour rien”

There are strong links between the African west coast and the Latin American country Brasil. During m,any centuries there were contacts and Brazilian immigrants put their stamp on the architecture at the coast. Slaves were brought to Brasil to work at the plantations. 

Scholastique Mukasonga: au Brésil, «une femme noire ne compte pour rien»The Rwandan writer Scholastique Mukasonga spend time in Brasil and writes in this article about her experiences. 

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