Ihor Homenyuk was detained at a Lisbon airport on March 10 last year and died two days later after being beaten.
Ana Naomi de Sousa
Ana Naomi de Sousa is a filmmaker and journalist. She is the director of: Hacking Madrid; The Architecture of Violence; Guerrilla Architect; and Angol... a Birth of a Movement.
There has been little acknowledgement of Portugal’s role in the transatlantic slave trade – until now.
Agricultural labourers from India, Nepal and Pakistan work in greenhouses during the day and learn Portuguese at night.
Black business owners say they are treated differently to white people, as pandemic highlights structural inequalities.
Outcry in several cities after 39-year-old father of three was killed at point-blank range in Lisbon.
One officer jailed, and others handed suspended sentences, after convictions for kidnapping and violence.
Six alleged victims say officers beat them until they bled and were bruised and forced them into humiliating positions.
Members of Afro-descendant communities, rendered ‘foreigners’ due to a discriminatory nationality law, are speaking up.
Analysis: Cuba’s decades-long involvement in Africa has left a disputed and complicated legacy.
‘Red Africa’: From a generation of cinematographers to the end of apartheid – Africa, Cuba and the Soviet Union.