You’ve seen the images of Brazilian Carnaval. A sea of people in the streets, oiled-up women samba-dancing at lightning speed and packs of trumpets, trombones and drums blasting out singalong songs. But this year, the annual tradition of full-throttle lascivious indulgence is showing signs of change as well.
"Less Skin, More God and No Racism: How Brazil’s Left and Right Want to Change Carnaval" is from the February 11, 2017 World section of The Washington Post. It was written by Shannon Sims and narrated by Sam Scholl.