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Occupations carried out by the student movement in Brazil

Brazilian high school student Ana Julia gives a speech about the school occupations in Brazil. “Over the past 24 hours [since October 26th, 2016], Brazil has become acquainted with what many Brazilians believe is the most promising voice it has heard in years. And remarkably, it is the voice of a 16-year-old girl named Ana Júlia Ribeiro. In a video that has gone viral on Brazilian social media, Ana Júlia (Brazilian custom refers to people by their first name) addressed the legislative assembly of the state of Paraná yesterday”.

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Video: published by Sabrine Tenguan. October 2016

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