My English teacher asked me today if “the people in Rio are dancing on the streets”. Usually I would just smile and laugh. But not now. Because we stopped dancing. We’re now walking. We’re now protesting. My country is going trough an important time in our history. We are finally standing up to our government saying that we want to be heard. We don’t want to live in a country where the politicians only care about themselves and the money they put in their pockets. The people’s money! The money that should be spent for a better education, better hospitals and so many other important things that are crucial for the people in the country! Every city in Brazil has come together to say that we don’t want to live like this anymore!
I would really appreciate if you could share this to other people. Show them what another country is going through. Help the people in Brazil make a change!
I’m proud to be Brazilian and I want to help my country make a change! Please help!
“It’s not about 20 cents!”
Muito bem Brasil!! Finalmente o gigante acordou!! Vamos mostrar pra esses políticos corruptos quem é que manda! SEM VIOLÊNCIA POR FAVOR!! Te amo Brasil!!
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I love this guy. Also his beautiful song inspired by TFiOS.
Just casually getting reblogged by John Green *and* Tyler Oakley. Life isn’t crazy at all ha ha ha :) :) :) *sobs*
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