By Bhamika Bhudia, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Onda Solidaria, a charity started by a Carioca after living in the UK for almost ten years, supported an event in Morro Azul last Saturday to clean up and develop the community. The favela in Flamengo was once considered one of the more dangerous in Zona Sul (South zone), before the UPP (Police Pacification Units) pacified the area in October.
The day-long event included tree planting, samba, capoeira, and graffiti, and was deemed . . .