Black Quilombo communities under threat in Brazil

Across Brazil, there are thousands of quilombos people descended from escaped African slaves. Over the last few hundred years, they built settlements in remote areas of the country. But today, only a few hundred have titles to their land. From the coastal city of Porto Alegre, Michael Fox reports on the quilombos communities that are under threat. 

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