Columbia University, New York – Lemann Dialogues, November 2019.
Fernanda Lopes is the director of programs of the Baobá Fund for racial equity and the founder of Niketche: Transforming Realities, which conducts specialized consultancies in health and human rights, development and racial and gender equity. Fernanda is a biologist, with a master and a PhD degree in Public Health from the University of São Paulo (USP) in the area of epidemiology.
In an exclusive interview for Brazil Talk, Fernanda Lopes talks about affirmative racial policies in Brazil and challenges of continuity.
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