Pí Suruí: Indigenous Activism and Photography

From the Paiter Suruí indigenous community in Brazil, 24-year-old Pí Suruí is both a budding photographer and a psychology student. She has dedicated extensive time photographing other indigenous communities and is an activist for her people. Suruí photographed at COP 26 and saw closely the environment of the conference. She kindly refers to other indigenous communities as ‘relatives’ or ‘parente’ in Portuguese.

An overlooked victory: the case of Bia Haddad inequality in ...

Bia Haddad Maia is a Brazilian tennis player who recently won the title of the WTA 250 of Nottingham. This important title is a monumental moment in her professional career and a landmark day for Brazilian tennis. She is the first to win a professional tournament on grass since Maria Esther Bueno won in Manchester in 1968.
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‘Pits and Perverts’: The Unlikely Partnership of Lesbians, Gays, and ...

In the fight for LGBTQ+ rights in the 1980s, for this community to unite with and gather support from miners seemed unlikely. The image of miners as brutal, conservative, and rough felt like an impossible partner for the queer cause. However, this was not the case for the LGSM movement in 1984.