In the midst of a pandemic, detained immigrants face critical living conditions at the hands of private companies that are more concerned with liability than human life.
“The fear for us is not new. We have always been scared.”
Who will be Brazil’s next president? A military leader who is pro-torture or an university professor who is pro-human rights? And what will the results mean for women?
Much like the millions who have taken to the streets to protest the Trump administration, women are sounding the alarm on the danger Jair Bolsonaro poses to Brazil’s young and complicated democracy—and forming the front line in the fight to oppose his candidacy.