By Richard Mann, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazilian students in Lisbon protested on Tuesday (30th) against a billboard summoning Portuguese students to throw stones at them.
At the Faculty of Law, in Lisbon, it's election time for the academic association.
Each sorority seeks to attract the largest number of students. Among leaflets, gifts and even food, a poster and a box caught the attention of a passer-by:
Stones offered to be thrown at "zucas" - a term used by many Portuguese to moniker Brazilians living in Lisbon.
"We are talking about suggestive violence, it is suggesting that . . .