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    • Marina Silva Creates Competition for Dilma Rousseff in Brazil's Presidential Election
      A devout evangelical Christian, she would be the first Protestant elected to lead the world's largest Catholic nation. She entered politics in the Amazon at the side of rain-forest activist Chico Mendes, whose 1988 assassination helped spur the global environmental movement.
    • Incarcerated Pentecostalism |
      The prisons and jails of Rio de Janeiro are unexpected sites of religious innovation. Autonomous, inmate-led prison churches operate inside of every penal facility in Rio, and these prison churches use an organizational model that resembles the Pentecostal churches outside of prison. (Center for Religion & Civic Culture)

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