Recent Examples on the Web After all, what does a single mother in a favela have in common with a Manhatchảy socialite? — Helen Lewis, The Atlantic, "The Pandemic Has Made Women Angry," 10 Mar.

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2021 Baramang lại, 49, grew up just outside the favela, playing pick-up soccer on its dirt fields. — David Biller, Star Tribune, "How a Brazil sambố school shimmied from Carnival to lớn COVID-19," 10 Nov. 20đôi mươi The single, which is a part of Da Rocinha 4, pays tribute to the largest favela in Brazil & highlights the birthplace of baile funk, one of Sango’s biggest influences. — Kevin L. Clark, Essence, "Steve Arrington’s Playcác mục Is Gonmãng cầu Funk You Up Good," 20 Nov. 2020 Her home in the favela was situated between the figurative sầu rochồng and a hard place—bordered by the tempestuous Atlantic Ocean on one side, & on the other, a dangerous two-lane highway. — courant.com, "Community News For The West Hartford Edition," 8 Oct. 20trăng tròn The Mangueira school’s program in the favela near downtown Rio that teaches music to lớn children — keeping them away from crime, & cultivating the school’s future drummers — hasn’t held classes since March.

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NBC News, "Virus delays Rio"s Carnival for first time in a century," 25 Sep. 20trăng tròn The Mangueira school’s program in the favela near downtown Rio that teaches music to children — keeping them away from crime, and cultivating the school’s future drummers — hasn’t held classes since March. — Marcelo De Sousa, USA TODAY, "Rio"s Carnival is delayed for the first time in a century because of COVID-19 pandemic," 25 Sep. 20đôi mươi The Mangueira school"s program in the favela near downtown Rio that teaches music lớn children — keeping them away from crime, and cultivating the school"s future drummers — hasn"t held classes since March. — Marcelo De Sousa, Star Tribune, "Virus disrupting Rio"s Carnival for first time in a century," 24 Sep. 2020 For more stories và our pandemic tracker, see our hub UNIVERSITY WAS always the plan for Camila Dantas, a 19-year-old high-school graduate from Cidade de Deus, a favela in Rio de Janeiro. — The Economist, "trang chủ truths The pandemic further weakens Latin America’s underperforming schools," 12 Sep. 20trăng tròn

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History & Etymology for favela

Brazilian Portuguese favela, perhaps from Favela, hill outside Rio de Janeiro