Felipe Araujo is a freelance journalist based in London. He writes about race, culture and sports. He covered the Rio Olympics and Paralympics on the ground for the New Statesman. He tweets @felipethejourno.
Brazilian people who have disabilities are urging the Games to usher in improved transport and safety. Will the Paralympic legacy live up to their hopes?
As the world focuses on the Olympics, working-class Brazil is being united by greater recognition of passinho dance culture.
With the Olympics about to open in Rio de Janeiro, people whose communities have been relocated and who have been overlooked in the favelas are reluctant to celebrate.