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February 09, 2013
An Afro-Brazilian woman looks at into a mirror during the annual block party known as "Afro Ilu Oba De...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Afro-Brazilian woman looks at into mirror during annual block party known as "Afro Ilu Oba De Min", one...
An Afro-Brazilian woman looks at into a mirror during the annual block party known as "Afro Ilu Oba De Min", one of the carnival parties in Sao Paulo February 8, 2013. The Ilu Oba de Min is an Afro group formed and coordinated by women. It comprises of 160 people, 93 of whom are female percussionists. Their goal is to promote musical traditions, and their dances choreographed by African and Afro-Brazilian precursors. Picture taken February 8, 2013. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY)
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