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Eunise Olvera LBST 2102 Carolina Oliveira 01/28/19 Weekly Response 7 The reading, “Why Is the Black Evangelical Movement Growing in Brazil?”, was written by John Burdick in the “Journal of Latin American Studies”. It covers how for many years black movements failed to connect with Christian religions but with the introduction of the Movimento de Negros Evangelicos, this began to change. The introduction of the MNE has lead black movements to gradually begin accepting Christianity and be more open minded to the religion. Because of the new acceptance, there is hope that not only race but gender will soon be something accepted among these groups as well as the controversial activity, candomble. The reading goes as far as to mention that with the growth of the Evangelical movement, people are becoming more open-minded and possibly more anti-racist which could potentially lead to opportunities for blacks to have greater influence in their communities, hold positions in office,
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