Outside of Boston and around New England is “Little Brazil,” a network of Brazilian-American communities that make up the largest group of Brazilians in the U.S. The center of it all is the former mill town of Framingham, MA, now dotted with Brazilian bakeries, schools, and capoeira studios.

Reporter Andrea Asuaje went to Framingham to get a feel for how Brazilians-Americans understand their town, and how they got there in the first place.

Featured Image by John Phelan.

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