Social apartheid in São Paulo, Brazil

The residential building to the right is located at the rich neighborhood of Morumbi. The precarious habitations to the left are part of Paraisópolis, one of the largest slums in the city.

Brazil ranks 49.3 in the Gini coefficient index, with the richest 10% of Brazilians receiving 42.7% of the nation’s income, while the poorest 10% receive less than 1.2%.



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