Rolha

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The beauty of the art form he says is the community aspect of it which brings everyone together. “The principles and values it places is on an entire community becoming stronger, together. In capoeira, we never ‘fight’, we ‘play’. The best part about it is the diversity which really makes you push yourself,” he says.

Rolha

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Have you heard about an art form called “Capoeira Angola?” Well, it’s Afro-Brazilian art form that combines acrobatics, dancing, fighting, and music. One non-government organization is using this to help vulnerable children and those in conflict with the law. How? to tell us more about this, we’re joined by Jaime Leandro Benedicto from Project Bantu Philippines and Juvy Mae Navarro, social worker from the Social Welfare Department.