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In Rio, the two Simones — gymnast Simone Biles and swimmer Simone Manuel — both stood atop the podium on a night that made history, with Manuel becoming the first black woman to win an individual medal in swimming. The United States is not the only place where the advance of racism and misogyny in politics has has spurred black women to run for office at unprecedented levels. Some, including Geledes , a center for public policy, are mainstays of the Brazilian human rights movement. In all, she took home four medals and Biles five. Many took to social media to defend veteran gymnast Gabby Douglas amid remarks that she lacked patriotism for not placing her hand on her heart during the national anthem, that her hair was not polished enough and that her attitude was unsportsmanlike. The surge includes a record number of women of color, many of whom say their candidacies reflect a personal concern about America's increasingly hostile, even violent, racial dynamics. I'm a scholar of black feminism in the Americas , so I have been closely watching Brazil's campaign season -- which has been marked by controversy around race and gender -- for parallels with the United States.
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Though Brazil has long considered itself colorblind , black and indigenous Brazilians are poorer than their white compatriots. The fact that thousands of black women, both veteran activists and political newcomers, will appear on the ballot on Sunday is testament to their efforts. Black women in Brazil and the United States know that full democracy hinges on full participation. With competition continuing through Sunday, America's black female athletes have won more than two dozen of the plus U. Brazil, which has more people of African descent than most African nations, was the largest slave-holding society in the Americas. Afro-Brazilians -- who make up just over half of Brazil's million people, according to the census -- are also underrepresented in Brazilian politics , though sources disagree on exactly how few black Brazilians hold public office.
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In Rio, the two Simones — gymnast Simone Biles and swimmer Simone Manuel — both stood atop the podium on a night that made history, with Manuel becoming the first black woman to win an individual medal in swimming. Black women also experience sexual violence at much higher rates than white women -- a centuries-old abuse of power that dates back to slavery. The surge includes a record number of women of color, many of whom say their candidacies reflect a personal concern about America's increasingly hostile, even violent, racial dynamics. Decades before MeToo, Brazilian women of color were on the front lines of activism around issues like gender-based violence, sexual harassment and abortion.
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