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April 30, 2015
A descendant of American Southerners wearing Confederate-era dress applies make up before dancing during...
SANTA BARBARA DOESTE, Brazil
A descendant of American Southerners wearing Confederate-era dress applies make up before dancing during...
A descendant of American Southerners wearing Confederate-era dress applies make up before dancing during a party to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the end of the American Civil War in Santa Barbara D'Oeste, Brazil, April 26, 2015. The U.S. Civil War ended 150 years ago, but once a year, deep in the sugar cane fields of southern Brazil, the Confederate battle flag rises again. It would be an unlikely scene in the United States, where many consider the flag a symbol of racism, slavery and segregation. Public outcry over those connotations have led to the steady withdrawal of the flag from public display in recent years. In Brazil, though, the banner is an integral part of the Festa Confederada, an annual gathering to celebrate the history of the roughly 10,000 Confederates who migrated to this South American country after their side lost the war. Picture taken April 26, 2015. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
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