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RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Racial inequality scholars say that for the fight against discrimination of the black population to produce consistent results, there is a decisive step that we Brazilians have not yet taken: to accept that we are, indeed, racist - either as individuals or as a society.

According to philosopher and jurist Silvio Almeida, president of the Luiz Gama Institute (NGO working for racial equality) and professor at Mackenzie . . .

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