In 1500, the white man left Europe and made a stop in Africa to enslave the black man. He crossed the Atlantic, spotted a piece of ground and called his: Brazil, colony of Portugal. Received by the brown man, indigenous people who already inhabited this land for 40,000 years, he came to explore. Three continents were bonded by blood, which runs red from the veins of brown, black, and white.
In Brazil in 2017, the descendants of these ancestral inhabitants continue struggling to claim for land and life, defying logic and justice.
They are enlightened survivors of a long genocide.