Raimundo Lima (Rallie)
Social development - Raimundo Lima (Rallie), journalist, post graduate in electoral law, businessman, singer and composer, talked with Carlos Alberto Medeiros about how the set of elements, culture, philanthropy and music can contribute to the development of the black community in the Brazil and Angola.
Police and Judiciary Violence - André Luiz Nicolitt, professor and judge of law, spoke with Carlos Alberto Medeiros about this violence that affects mainly black men who are beaten and unjustly condemned by this system. How this problem is being tackled and what are the prospects for the future.
Afro-entrepreneurship - Ruth Pinheiro, manager and cultural producer, spoke with Carlos Alberto Medeiros about Afro-Brazilian culture and entrepreneurship. How to encourage black Brazilians to use their skills in the business field, associated with black activism, especially black women.
Racial equality - Renato Ferreira, professor, lawyer and doctoral student, spoke with Carlos Alberto Medeiros about the fight for racial equality from a legal point of view with an emphasis on affirmative action policies.
Education - Claudia Miranda, professor and post-doctorate in Psychosociology, talks to Carlos Alberto Medeiros about education in an aphrodiasporic and cross-cultural perspective.
Carlos Humberto, geographer and CEO of the startup Diáspora.Black, talks to Carlos Alberto Medeiros about the social impact of black tourism, and the creation of a tool that values black culture and promotes racial equality.
Wildson França (clown Will Will), actor, artistic producer and director, talks to Carlos Alberto Medeiros about how the circus can serve as a vehicle for transmitting cultural values and engaging in social struggles.
Tunico da Vila
Tunico da Vila, composer, interpreter and percussionist, talks with Carlos Alberto Medeiros about the connection of samba with religious culture of African origin, and as an awareness tool in the fight against racism.
Janaina Damaceno, professor, post-doctorate in Sociology, photographer, and researcher, talks to Carlos Alberto Medeiros about cinema and photography as instruments for preserving the history of Africans and Afro-descendants in Brazil, USA and South Africa.
Programa Jana Guinond
Jana Guinond, actress, pedagogue and digital influencer, talks to Carlos Alberto Medeiros about how culture, education, entertainment, health and spirituality intersect, to produce individual and collective advances.
Alberto Bial, ex-player, coach of LUB and currently coach of Basquete Cearense, talks with Carlos Alberto Medeiros about basketball as a form of entertainment and transmission of values.
Veralinda Menezes, auditor, actress, model, singer, songwriter and writer, talks with Carlos Alberto Medeiros about art geared towards children as a form of entertainment, culture and reflection.
Aza Njeri, professor, doctor and post doctor in African Literature and Philosophy, talks with Carlos Alberto Medeiros, about philosophy, literature and the other contributions of African civilization to universal culture.
Afrika Bambaataa, DJ, singer, music producer and African-American composer, talks with Carlos Alberto Medeiros about using hip-hop as an instrument of peace, solidarity and appreciation of peoples of African origin.
Dorina, singer, songwriter, broadcaster and activist, talks to Carlos Alberto Medeiros, about her vision in relation to the current scenario of the samba world.
Bruno Rosa, professor, personal trainer and master in physical education, talks to Carlos Alberto Medeiros about sport as a form of entertainment and the preservation of physical and mental health.
Jairo Pereira, actor, singer, model, youtuber and poet, talks to Carlos Alberto Medeiros about virtual media as a way to disseminate art.
Sueli Conceição, a biologist and doctor in development and environment, talks to Carlos Alberto Medeiros, about the connections between Afro-Brazilian culture and academic studies in the area of the environment.
Cavi Borges, producer, director and businessman in the cinema sector, talks to Carlos Alberto Medeiros about national film production, especially in low-income films, those of independent production.
Mamour Sop Ndiaye
Mamour Sop Ndiaye, professor, doctor and Senegalese engineer, talks to Carlos Alberto Medeiros, about the act of racism suffered by his daughter, fifteen-year-old student Nedye Fatou Ndiaye practiced by white students in her class at the Luso Brasileiro school.
Isabela Adão, model, singer, biologist and psychologist, talks to Carlos Alberto Medeiros about the world of glamor. Fashion, beauty contests, haute couture, makeup and jewelry.
Dramaturgy - Aline Deluna, actress, singer, dancer, producer, voice actor and psychologist, talks with Carlos Alberto medeiros about the Brazilian cultural scene.
Vander de Araújo
Vander de Araújo, cultural articulator, activist of the Unified Black Movement, talks to Carlos Alberto Medeiros about the promotion of Afro-Brazilian culture using samba as a vehicle.
Hedio Silva Júnior
Hedio Silva Júnior, doctor of law from the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo, professor, writer and ogan, talks with Carlos Alberto Medeiros about freedom of belief, affirmative actions, racism and egalitarian education.
Covid-19 and Economy - Richarlls Martins, professor at the Center for the Study of Public Policies in Human Rights at UFRJ talks to Carlos Alberto Medeiros about the effects of the pandemic on the Economy.
Black or Black - Babu Santana, actor, singer and former BBB 20 participant, talks to Carlos Alberto Medeiros about the proper terminology to refer to the black population.