This issue of
explores a more complex, multi-ethnic vision of contemporary Portugal while celebrating and empowering the different communities that are part of its social fabric.
It aims to tell a counter-history of Portugal by looking at what has been dismissed from
and highlighting the multiple, complex, and lasting survivals and debris of
This issue is the first in a series dedicated to geo-political spaces where Portuguese is spoken.
More about the next issue: Portugal
La Rampa’s previous issues explored territories and communities in Haiti, Cuba and Brazil and lay the groundwork for future issues dedicated to new narratives and counter histories from the
Previous issues include:
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