By Matthew Elliott, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Acclaimed Brazilian NGO, Grupo Cultural AfroReggae, has been the target of violent attacks recently, allegedly from drug trafficking gangs, prompting an outcry of public support. The organization has played an iconic role in Rio's fight for cultural identity and social inclusion for the 22 percent of Rio that live in favela communities, and beyond.
AfroReggae is internationally recognized for its work in . . .