Journalist Gloria Maria was a point of reference in journalism and in the female universe. Therefore, Purepeople pays tribute by recalling 4 outstanding statements made by the presenter to the site.
GloriaMaria died this Thursday (02) due to lung and brain cancer, but leave a remarkable legacy in the world of journalism. Inspiration for thousands of women, global era honored by several celebrities and the Pure people it also records its tribute.
Interviewed on several occasions, Gloria has always given surprising statements full of personality about different aspects of your life. Mother of Laura, 14, and Maria, 15he was conscientious in his education of heiresses and did not shy away from challenging questions.
1 – ‘Racism has not changed, it remains the same’
Gloria is considered the first black journalist of Brazilian TV and was also the first Brazilian to use the Afonso Arinos law against racism. With more than 40 years in television – she made her television debut in 1971 – Gloria Maria has made an important reflection on prejudice and the passage of time.
“Racism has not changed, it remains the same. We fight for quotas, for spaces in society. The only thing we don’t have are leg, arm and neck chains. We have current in the soul. We have to fight to exist, to survive. Slavery is over, but racism continues,” she said.
2 – “Be sure of what you like”
When asked what was the secret of a powerful self-esteem like yours, Gloria Maria appreciated the importance of self-knowledge. “She has to believe in herself, she has to be cool, she must be sure of what she wants and what she likes. I think this is…
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