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Erika Januza invests in the strength of black women at Viradouro fashion show | The Day in the Folia

Erika Januza, drum queen of ViradouroThalita Queiroz / Agência O Dia

Published 02/13/2024 05:04

Rio – Viradouro’s drum queen, Erika Januza, the last school to parade in the early hours of this Tuesday (13), told the DAY the secret of making things beautiful in Sapucaí. “I’m going to invest in the strength of black women”, said Erika.

The queen paraded in the Takará costume, representing the sharp ritual instrument used by initiates of the snake family in the trance process.

Closing the Special Group, Viradouro took an “army” of black women to tell the story “Arroboboi, Dangbé”. In search of the third championship, the Niterói team portrayed the ancestral symbolism of the serpent and the strength that manifested itself from remote battles on the Coast of Africa and that influenced the struggles in the kingdom of Dahomey, initiated by Vodun priestesses, a dynasty of women.

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