Rio’s 16th FLIP Literature Festival Wraps in Paraty this Weekend

In the midst the more intimate 16th edition of FLIP, last night (Thursday, July 26th) brought authors Djamila Ribeiro and Selva Almada together to talk about Ribeiro's book "Who’s Afraid of Black Feminism?"

By Jay Forte, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - As this year's edition of the International Literary Festival in Paraty (FLIP) enters the weekend, audiences have been exposed to pressing social debates and have three more days of thought-provoking sessions to look forward to before the wrapping on Sunday, July 29th.

In the setting of a more intimate 16th edition of FLIP, last night (Thursday, July 26th) brought authors Djamila Ribeiro and Selva Almada . . .

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