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LIKE IT OR NOT, THE BRAZILIAN STORM HAS TAKEN OVER PRO SURFING

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The Promise Rio Couldn’t Keep

Rio de Janeiro’s bid for the Summer Games featured an official commitment to cleaner waters. But with less than six months to go, trash and contamination continue to lurk.

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Actions In Amazon Rain Forest Contradict Brazil’s Promise

Brazil is home to more than half of the rain forest and it contributes to carbon pollution. Steve Inskeep talks to journalist Juliana Barbassa about how plans to put a stop to deforestation are going.

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A Case of Extremes

A REVIEW BY TAMARYN NELSON

Winter  2016

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A jornalista brasileira Juliana Barbassa  aborda as diversas facetas do Rio de Janeiro em seu livro, recém-lançado, “Dançando com o diabo na cidade de Deus”. E avalia, entre outros, as incongruências na preparação da cidade para os Jogos Olímpicos de 2016. Ela mora atualmente em Zurique.

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NPR’s Brazil correspondent review: “In … Barbassa’s fascinating new book, easy assumptions are peeled back to expose a place struggling to define its present and its future.”

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The Boston Globe names Dancing with the Devil in the City of God one of the best books of 2015!

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Miami Herald Book Editor Connie Ogle interviews Juliana Barbassa

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Article in the Knight Center’s Journalism in the Americas blog, at the University of Texas at Austin.

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Juliana Barbassa em entrevista à UOL Notícias, falando sobre seu livro e seu trabalho como correspondente no Brasil.