The View From Inside A São Paulo World Cup Protest

SÃO PAULO—During the lead-in to the World Cup, thousands of Brazilians took to the streets to protest a range of social ills highlighted—and exacerbated—by the arrival of Swiss distressed debt shop FIFA. Protesters wanted better health care and education, higher wages, lower transit costs. They wanted the rich and… » 6/16/14 11:54am 6/16/14 11:54am

Dad In Brazil Blows Up His Protesting Son's Spot, Tells Him To Get A Job

There you are, trying to join in on the great social movement of your young life, chants in your mouth, shirt covering your face. But then dad sees you, pulls the shirt off your face, and makes you go home. Goddammit, dad. » 6/13/14 9:43am 6/13/14 9:43am