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As escolas da cidade levaram uma fila de crianças para cumprimentá-lo. E não é que a primeira menininha da fila se recusou terminantemente a apertar a mão do cabeça da vez da ditadura militar? Mesmo com repórteres e professores insistindo, ela cruzou os braços e ficou firme.

Garotinha se recusa a cumprimentar o presidente Figueiredo durante a ditadura militar brasileira.

1964 - O ano que mudou a história do Brasil | JORNAL O TEMPO

1964 - O ano que mudou a história do Brasil | JORNAL O TEMPO

“Wait For Me Daddy,” by Claude P. Dettloff, October 1, 1940: A line of soldiers march in British Columbia on their way to a waiting train as five-year-old Whitey Bernard tugs away from his mother’s hand to reach out for his father.

Claude P. Dettloff “Wait For Me Daddy”, October A line of soldiers march in British Columbia on their way to a waiting train as five-year-old Whitey Bernard tugs away from his mother’s hand to reach out for his father.

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Power to the Peaceful.....i'M TIRED OF THE CORPORATE GREED IN THIS WORLD IT'S TIME FOR A CHANGE......

Protest sign: Gay power, black power, women power, student power, all power to the people.

A famosa foto do casal ficou eternizada (Foto: Reprodução/Life). Foram identificados!

Casal de foto histórica do fim da Segunda Guerra se revê após 67 anos

Guia prático de História do Brasil para o Enem: Colônia (1500 a 1822)

Guia prático de História do Brasil para o Enem: Colônia (1500 a 1822)

Dandara was an Afro-Brazilian Woman, Warrior who lived in the 1600s. She was co-founder of Palmares, a run-away slave community (quilombo) that thrived for almost a century. Bravely she fought alongside Zumbi and others defending the freedom of her people and her community. Palmares was eventually overthrown by Dutch and Portuguese colonizers, but rather than return to slavery, Dandara took her own life as an act of resistance.

Dandara was an Afro-Brazilian Woman, Warrior who lived in the She was co-founder of Palmares, a run-away slave community (quilombo) that thrived for almost a century. Bravely she fought alongside Zumbi and others defending the freedom of her people

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