Brasil: Sisters of Good Death by Alfredo D'Amato

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Worshippers from the branch, or nation (nacoe), of Candomble known as Candomble do Caboclo. The term Caboclo, aside from being a term to describe a person of mixed Brazilian Amerindian and European descent, is also used as an alternate term for certan orixas (gods) of the Candomble religion. The caboclo, that can be seen here on the truck, is also an orixa.