- Fugitive slave communities--Brazil
- found: Work cat.: Histórias de quilombolas, 2006: p. 7, etc. (quilombos, villages created by escaped slaves and others who gathered around them to create their own communities for mutual support and defense)
- found: Centre on Housing Rights and Evictions website, Feb. 12, 2007: Focus Activities-Brazil/Quilombos page ("Definition: A quilombo (from a Kimbundu word) is a hinterland settlement originally created by runaway slaves in Brazil and sometimes included a minority of marginalised Portuguese, indigenous Native Americans and other non-black, non-slave Brazilians;" efforts started in 2004 for quilombolas (inhabitants of quilombos) to secure legal rights to the land that they have lived on for generations, as granted by 1988 Brazilian constitution)
- found: Britannica online, Feb. 13, 2007: Slave protest (flight was a protest against slavery; quilombos were independent polities set up by runaway slaves)
- 2007-03-14: new
- 2007-03-15: revised
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