Translation for 'Afro Brazilians' from English to Russian
NOUN   an Afro-Brazilian | Afro-Brazilians
афробразильцы {мн}
бразильцы {мн}Brazilians
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Translation for 'Afro Brazilians' from English to Russian

афробразильцы {мн}этн.

бразильцы {мн}
Usage Examples English
  • Its population consists of 60% Portuguese ancestry, 25% Polish ancestry and 15% Afro-Brazilians.
  • Many enslaved Afro-Brazilians escaped bondage by running away and occupying land which led to the creation of Quilombos.
  • The main ethnic groups are Portuguese-Azorians, German and Italian descendants and Afro-Brazilians. Tubarão is 12th largest city in the state. The total population (IBGE/2010) was 97,281.
  • Some believe that these parallels between South Africa during the apartheid era and modern-day Brazil are associated with the country's history of slavery and associated racial castes, as inequities in the economic and social status particularly affect Afro-Brazilians in comparison to other groups.
  • Samba was introduced to Barbados by Afro-Brazilians.

  • This situation has been thoroughly changed for many Afro-Brazilians thanks to the empowerment processes that Ilê Aiyê implemented through music and through the praise of African culture and history.
  • Her first book is "Freedoms Given, Freedoms Won: Afro-Brazilians in Post-Abolition São Paulo and Salvador."
  • Afro-Brazilians, and Japanese-Brazilians are important minority groups.
  • The Quilombos are communities of Afro-Brazilians who managed to escape from slavery, both from agricultural plantations and mines.
  • Japanese immigrants arrived later. There is also a large population of Afro-Brazilians.

  • A report about violence towards Afro-Brazilians and Indigenous Brazilians was released by the Brazilian government on May 5, 2020.
  • Afro-Colombians are the third-largest African diaspora population in Latin America after Afro-Brazilians and Afro-Haitians.
  • A group of Afro-Brazilians civil rights activists formed Ilê Aiyê, a music ensemble that derived their heavy rhythm from Candomblé’s religious ceremonies.
  • Some Afro-Brazilians who returned to Africa also carry this last name.
  • The connections between Catholicism and Candomblé, practiced by Afro-Brazilians, has faced a number of discussions surrounding its relationship to Catholic practices.

  • report that 85% of self-identified Afro-Brazilians have Haplogroup L mtDNA sequences.
  • At that time racism was common and Afro-Brazilians were not allowed to play football.
  • Additionally, in the border region in the north of the country with Brazil Afro-Brazilians have become an increasingly large part of the population.
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