Published by and for Brazilians of African descent, was 0 Homem de Cor a Afro-Brazilian newspaper, which ran for five issues in 1833.
- Afro-Brazilian History, Beats and Culture | HuffPost
For most people the idea of Black History month is relegated to the African-American experience in the United States.
- Afro-Brazilian history – Wikipedia
The history of Afro-Brazilian people spans over five centuries of racial interaction between Africans imported, involved or descended from the effects of the Atlantic slave trade.
- O Homem de Cor – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre
The Man of Color was a newspaper published in Rio de Janeiro between September and November of 1833 . It was the first Brazilian newspaper to deal with the problems of the black population