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Djamila Ribeiro
Djamila Taís Ribeiro dos Santos is a black Brazilian feminist journalist and philosopher. She obtained a degree in political philosophy from the Federal University of São Paulo, where she also obtained a master's degree in the work of Simone de Beauvoir and Judith Butler. Ribeiro is collaborative editor of the weekly Carta Capital and columnist for Carta Capital and Folha de S. Paulo. In May 2016, she was appointed São Paulo's Deputy Secretary for Human Rights and Citizenship, joining the Fernando Haddad administration. She presented the Portuguese edition of Women, Race and Class by black feminist philosopher Angela Davis. Ribeiro and Davis have collaborated many times. Ribeiro also works as an online blogger and activist. In 2018, she appeared as the representative of Brazilian civil society at the joint annual meeting of Harvard and MIT in Brazil.

About Djamila Ribeiro

She is a political activist and feminist who writes a column for Marie Claire Brasil. She is also recognized for being a Political Philosophy scholar and teacher at the Federal University of Sao Paulo, as well as the author of the book What is a Place of Speech?

Djamila Ribeiro before fame

She originally began researching gender and race issues at the Black Woman's House of Culture. She graduated from UNIFESP with a bachelor's degree in philosophy in 2012 and a master's degree in 2015. She was named deputy secretary of Human Rights and Citizenship for the city of Sao Paulo in May of 2016.

Achievement of Djamila Ribeiro

She is most recognized for writing the prologue to Teacher Angela Davis's book Women, Race, and Class.

Djamila Ribeiro family life

She was born and reared in the Brazilian city of Santos, in the state of Sao Paulo. Her father, a violent communist, influenced her political activism.

Associations of Djamila Ribeiro

During the Politician Fernando Haddad administration, she was first elected as the city of Sao Paulo's Deputy Secretary of Human Rights and Citizenship in May of 2016.

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Latest information about Djamila Ribeiro updated on March 27 2022.