Ethnic groups in Brazil
Brazilian society is made up of a confluence of people of several different origins, from the original Native Americans, with the influx of Portuguese colonizers, Black African slaves, and recent Euro...
Ethnic groups in Brazil - Wikipedia
Hollow Earth: According to the Macuxi Indians of the Amazon There's An Entire World Inside Our Planet
There are strange things out there. The Macuxi Indians knew about the existence of the Hollow Earth nearly one hundred years ago. But are their legends true or are they another incredible story of fol...
Where Did The First Americans Come From? New Studies Offer Clues
A pair of studies seek to answer questions about the first inhabitants of the Americas: Where did they come from, and how did they get here? One study, published Tuesday in the journal Science, propos...
Brazilians hoard water and prepare for possible drastic rationing
Brazilians are hoarding water in their apartments to prepare for forced rationing that appears likely because of a drought.
The Ashaninka, A Threatened Way of Life
The Ashaninka are one of the largest indigenous groups in South America, their ancestral homelands ranging from Brazil to Peru
Slavery in Brazil
Slavery in Brazil began long before the first Portuguese settlement was established in 1532, as members of one tribe would enslave captured members of another.Later, colonists were heavily dependent o...
Slavery in Brazil - Wikipedia
Immigration to Brazil
Immigration to Brazil is the movement to Brazil of foreign persons to reside permanently. It should not be confused with the colonisation of the country by the Portuguese, or with the forcible brin...
Immigration to Brazil - Wikipedia
Afro-Brazilian
Afro-Brazilian refers to a Brazilian with African ancestry. The term does not have widespread usage in Brazil, where people with noticeable African ancestry are generally referred to as negro or simpl...
Afro-Brazilian - Wikipedia
Arab Brazilian
An Arab Brazilian is a Brazilian citizen of Arab ethnic and/or linguistic heritage or identity. The majority of Arab Brazilians trace their origin to the Levantine lands of the Arab World, known in Ar...
Arab Brazilian - Wikipedia
Asian Brazilian
Asian Brazilians (or "Amarelos" (yellow)) Brazilian are Brazilian citizens of full or predominantly East Asian, South Asian and in some cases South East Asian ancestry, who remains culturally connecte...
Asian Brazilian - Wikipedia
European immigration to Brazil
European immigration to Brazil refers to the movement of European people to Brazil. It should not be confused with the colonisation of the country by the Portuguese.
Maria Stella Ferreira Levy sug...
European immigration to Brazil - Wikipedia
Indigenous peoples in Brazil
Indigenous peoples in Brazil (Portuguese: povos indígenas no Brasil), or Native Brazilians (Portuguese: nativos brasileiros), comprise a large number of distinct ethnic groups who inhabited wh...
Indigenous peoples in Brazil - Wikipedia
Spanish immigration to Brazil
Spanish emigration peaked in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, and it was concentrated to Argentina and Cuba. Between 1882 and 1930, 3,297,312 Spaniards emigrated, of whom 1,594,622 went to Arge...
Hollow Earth: According to the Macuxi Indians of the Amazon There's An Entire World Inside Our Planet
There are strange things out there. The Macuxi Indians knew about the existence of the Hollow Earth nearly one hundred years ago. But are their legends true or are they another incredible story of fol...
Where Did The First Americans Come From? New Studies Offer Clues
A pair of studies seek to answer questions about the first inhabitants of the Americas: Where did they come from, and how did they get here? One study, published Tuesday in the journal Science, propos...
Ye'kuana people
The Ye'kuana, also called Ye'kwana, Ye'Kuana, Yekuana, Yequana, Yecuana, Dekuana, Maquiritare, Makiritare, So'to or Maiongong, are a Cariban-speaking tropical rain forest tribe who live in the Caura R...
The Ashaninka, A Threatened Way of Life
The Ashaninka are one of the largest indigenous groups in South America, their ancestral homelands ranging from Brazil to Peru
Tupí people
The Tupi people were one of the most important indigenous peoples in Brazil. Scholars believe they first settled in the Amazon rainforest, but 2900 years ago they started to spread southward and gradu...
Tupí people - Wikipedia
Nambikwara people
The Nambikwara (also called Nambikuára) is an indigenous people of Brazil, living in the Amazon. Currently about 1,200 Nambikwara live in indigenous territories in the Brazilian state of Mato Grosso a...
White Brazilian
White Brazilian (Portuguese: brasileiros brancos [bɾɐziˈlejɾuz ˈbɾɐ̃kus]) is a Brazilian citizen from European, or Levantine descent. According to the 2010 Census, they totaled 91,051,646 people,...
White Brazilian - Wikipedia
Shiriana people
The Shiriana (sometimes called the Xiriâna) are a Native American tribe of Brazil with a current population of approximately 1,000. They speak the Shiriana language, and are primarily animists. Most...
Haitian Brazilian
A Haitian Brazilian (Portuguese: Haitiano-Brasileiro, French: Haïtien Brésilien, Haitian Creole: Ayisyen-Brezilyen) is a Brazilian person of full, partial, or predominantly Haitian ancestr...
Zo'é people
The Zo'é people (also known as Zo'é or the Marrying tribe) are a native tribe in the State of Pará, Municipality of Óbidos, on the Cuminapanema River, Brazil. They are a Tupi–Guarani people.
They ...
Zo'é people - Wikipedia