Posts By: Amanda Magnani

Amanda Magnani is a Brazilian journalist and photographer, currently based in Minas Gerais, Brazil. Her work is mostly focused on migration, socioenvironmental issues and climate justice. She is a Pulitzer Center Rainforest grantee and OptOut News Climate Editor. She is also a master in Journalism, Media and Globalisation, with a diploma from Aarhus University, the Danish School of Media and Journalism, and Charles University, and a specialist in Public Policies and Gender Justice from the Latin American Council of Social Sciences.

Indigenous-led Seed Bank Protects the Amazon’s Biodiversity

RORAIMA, BRAZIL – The sun has barely risen as men and women leave their homes to make their way towards the maloca, a tall hut as large as an amphitheater. […] Read More >

Instagram Account “Contragolpe Brasil” Identifies Jan. 8 Rioters

Mere hours after the start of the Jan. 8 riot at Three Powers Plaza, where the Brazilian government’s executive, legislative and judicial powers sit, Instagram account Contragolpe Brasil started posting […] Read More >