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I'm glad I got a chance to sit down and read this book fully--despite its relatively short length, it poses scads of questions, especially for those concerned with urban space and gender. Gender in specific, really: I've read so many books lately on urban land use and the poor, but so few of them consider gender at all, not to even hope for a good analysis of gender and race combined. Let's hope for more books like this in the future from urban history!

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More This book offers a depth of ethnographic work that makes the following theoretical interventions: a to emphasize the significance of Brazil in the formation of the African Diaspora with specific attention to black women as social and political agents; b to highlight the political life of black communities, specifically those in urban contexts oftentimes represented as socially pathological and politically bankrupt; and c to offer a corrective perspective on how we think about politics by focusing on grassroots social movements in neighborhoods as key sites of struggle.

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