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Samba school puts Rio’s long-silenced legacy of slavery at center of carnival | Brazil

Born in 1830 to a trafficked African woman who escaped enslavement and led uprisings, Luiz Gama defied fate and the Brazilian empire to become the country’s first Black lawyer and a leading abolitionist.

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