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Youth take the streets in this powerful Brazilian Rap da Rua #NoWorldCup

Posted by Marc van Gurp | 11-06-2014 22:00 | Category: Activism, Poverty



Construção Coletiva take the streets in this powerful Brazilian Rap da Rua #NoWorldCup.

Jennifer Lopez and Pitbull sing ‘We Are One’ during the World Cup opening ceremony in Brazil. And not all Brazilians agree. Many off them dislike the FIFA and their government’s behaviour.
There are many things to tell about Brazil other than football. And the people from Construção Coletiva did it in five powerful minutes. As if they are the real pitbulls. Love it!

The people from Witness made a playlist with much more protest music. They call it the #FIFAGoHome Edition.

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I love the beautiful game, but have no interest in it while people’s rights are being abused. Lift your game FIFA!

Posted by Sandra Kelly | 13-06-2014 08:01



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