Ana Maria Gonçalves
“History” Insists on Covering Up the Intellectual Production of Black Women, Even in the 21st Century
A pioneer of Brazilian psychoanalysis, Virgínia Leone Bicudo had her work — and even her blackness — challenged.
White Brazilians Don’t Want to Accept Their Racism In Controversy Over African Head Wraps
Will the nice white ladies who wrap themselves in our head wraps be with us when we weep over the deaths of young black boys and cry out for justice?