Race 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...
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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...
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
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
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...
Mestizo
Mestizo (/mɛˈstizoʊ/; Peninsular Spanish: [mesˈtiθo], American Spanish: [mesˈtiso]) is a term traditionally used in Spain and Spanish-speaking America to mean a person of combined European and Native ...
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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
Kawahiva people
The Kawahiva people, formerly called the Rio Pardo Indians, are an uncontacted indigenous tribe who live near the city of Colniza (Mato Grossso), nearest of the Rio Pardo at north of Mato Grosso, Br...
Wai-wai people
The Wai-wai (also written Waiwai or Wai Wai) are a Carib-speaking ethnic group of Guyana and northern Brazil. They are part of the Amerindian population that make up part of South America and are an ...
Wai-wai people - Wikipedia
Chinese Brazilian
Chinese Brazilians (Portuguese: Sino-brasileiro or Chinês-brasileiro; Chinese: 巴西华人 or 巴西华裔) are people of Chinese ancestry who were born in or have immigrated to Brazil. The Chinese Brazilian...
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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...
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Indian immigration to Brazil
There is a small community of Indians in Brazil who are mainly immigrants and expatriates from India. There are currently about 9,200 people of Indian origin living in the country and a majority of th...
Indian immigration to Brazil - Wikipedia
Caboclo
A caboclo ([kɐˈboklu]; from Brazilian Portuguese, perhaps ultimately from Tupi kaa'boc, "person having copper-coloured skin") or caboco is a person of mixed Indigenous Brazilian and European (mixed In...
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Paiter people
The Paiter, also known as Suruí, Suruí do Jiparaná, and Suruí de Rondônia, are an indigenous people of Brazil, who live in ten villages near the Mato Grosso-Rondônia border. They are farmers, who cult...
Religion in Brazil
Religion in Brazil has a higher adherence level compared to other Latin American countries, and is more diverse. The dominant religion of Brazil historically was and still is Christianity. Brazil poss...
Religion in Brazil - 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...
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Pardo
In Brazil, Pardo ([ˈpaʁdu]) is a race/skin color category used by the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE) in Brazilian censuses. The term "pardo" is more commonly used to refer to m...
Pardo - Wikipedia
Race and ethnicity 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...
Polish Brazilian
A Polish Brazilian is a Brazilian person of full or partial Polish ancestry, who is aware of such ancestry and remains connected, in some degree, to Polish culture, or a Polish-born person permanently...
Polish Brazilian - Wikipedia
Barbadians in Brazil
Barbadian (or Bajan) Brazilian (Portuguese: Barbadiano-brasileiro) is a Brazilian person of full, partial, or predominantly Barbadian ancestry, or a Barbadian-born person residing in Brazil. At th...
Barbadians in Brazil - Wikipedia
Yawalapiti
The Yawalapiti (also Jaulapiti, Yaulapiti, or Yawalapití) are an indigenous tribe in the Amazonian Basin of Brazil. The name is also spelled Iaualapiti in Portuguese. The current village Yawalapiti i...