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‘The Edge of Democracy’ sheds light on Brazil teetering on the brink

Petra Costa’s The Edge of Democracy is a sprawling nonfiction epic depicting the rise, then fall from power of Brazil’s Workers’ Party (TP), with the senate’s removal from office of left-leaning President Dilma Rousseff

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As Bolsonaro Threatens to Criminalize Protests, a New Resistance Movement Is Emerging in Brazil

We speak with Bruno Torturra, founder and editor of Studio Fluxo, an independent media outlet based in São Paulo, and James Green, professor of Brazilian history and culture at Brown University, about how the election will affect social movements, the environment and democracy across Latin America.

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