Hip hop artist Katu Mirim discusses anti-Indigenous racism from an intersectional perspective
Indigenous Brazilian rapper Katu Mirim recorded this video for our project. In it, she responds questions posed to her by CARLA project researcher Jamille Pinheiro Dias about her work in relation to anti-Indigenous racism from an intersectional perspective. She also discusses the Covid-19 crisis in Brazil from the point of view of an Indigenous person living on the outskirts of São Paulo, as well as the Carnival costume controversy. The video was recorded by Rayssa Oliveira, an Indigenous videomaker based in São Paulo.