The exhibition Cadê ? 50 anos depois (Well? 50 Years Later) can now be seen on the walls of the Rua Girassol in São Paulo. It features photographs of activists during Brazil’s military dictatorship (1964-1985) like Vladimir Herzog and Amelinha Teles.
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