Brazilian Population

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Mixed-race Brazilian - White/Black
... If not possible, the second option were Brazilian-born females of recent Portuguese background ... The third option were Brazilian-born women of distant Portuguese ancestry ... most famous case was Chica da Silva, a mixed-race Brazilian slave who married a rich gold mine owner and became one of the richest people in Brazil ...
Asian Brazilian
... An Asian Brazilian is a Brazilian citizen of full or partial Asian ancestry, who remains culturally connected to Asia, or an Asian-born person ... Brazil, most of definitions of an Asian Brazilian usually do not refer to the community of West Asian origins such as Arabs, Turks and Armenians ... Most Asian Brazilians have roots in East Asia with the majority have origins in Japan ...
Race And Ethnicity In Brazil - IBGE’s Racial Categories
... The Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE), that conducts censuses in Brazil since 1940, racially classifies the Brazilian population in five categories ... The following are the results for the different Brazilian censuses, since 1872 Brazilian Population, by Race, from 1872 to 20001 (Census Data) Race or Colour Brancos (whites) Pardos (browns) Pretos (blacks ... According to the 2008 PNAD, the Brazilian population is composed by Brancos (white) (48.43% of the population) Pardos (brown) (43.80%) Pretos (black) (6.84 ...
Brazilian Society - Composition of Brazil, Genetic Studies
... Genetic studies have shown the Brazilian population as a whole to have European, African and Native Americans components ... The study showed that Brazilians from different regions are more homogenous than previously thought by some based on the census alone ... "Brazilian homogeneity is, therefore, a lot greater between Brazilian regions than within Brazilians region" ...

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