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28 NT NEWS. Saturday, November 9, 2013. www.ntnews.com.au P U B : N T N E W S D A T E : 9 -N O V -2 0 1 3 P A G E : 2 8 C O L O R : C M Y K P o p -u p G ig Brisbane born THE CAIROS takes us on a journey with their garage jangle pop (Time Off). CHASIN ACES sound is filtered through each members own unique musical perspectives, with the result being a true feast for the senses, blending bold emphatic guitar with a raw and powerful female voice. Local up and comers INDICA SUNRISE and their psychedelic alternative rock finish off a great night of music. 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Equality unfashionable Members of Educafro perform in a street fashion show in Rio, demanding more models of African descent be allowed to work in their industry Picture: AFP RIO DE JANEIRO: Some 40 black models, most of them women, have staged a topless protest in Rio de Janeiro against the low presence of Afro-Brazilians on its fashion catwalks. What strikes you, your racism or me? one of the female demonstrators wrote on her chest during the protest late Wednesday timed to coincide with Rio Fashion Week. The demonstration also coincided with the signing of a deal between the Fashion Week organisers and the Rio ombudsmans office setting a 10 per cent quota for black models in fashion shows, the G1 news website reported. This agreement crowns a joint initiative that can open a space that does not yet exist, said Moises Alcuna, a spokesman for Educafro, a civil rights group championing the labour and educational rights of blacks and indigenous people. More than half of Brazils 200 million people are of African descent, the worlds second-largest black population after that of Nigeria. But Afro-Brazilians complain that there is widespread racial inequality. If we are buying clothes, why cant we parade in the (fashion) shows, asked a 15-year-old model taking part in the protest. Does that mean that only white women can sell and the rest of us can only buy? Claiming to showcase Brazilian fashion without the real Brazilians amounts to showing Brazilian fashion (only) with white models, said Jose Flores, a 25-year-old former model who now works in advertising. After 13 years of debate, President Dilma Rousseff last year signed a controversial law that reserves half of seats in federal universities to public school students, with priority given to Afro-Brazilians and indigenous people. In June 2009, the Sao Paulo Fashion Week (SPFW) Latin Americas premier fashion event for the first time imposed quotas requiring at least 10 per cent of the models to be black or indigenous. Previously, only a handful of black models featured among the 350 or so that sashayed down the catwalk usually less than 3 per cent. But in 2010, the 10 per cent quota was removed, after a conservative prosecutor deemed it unconstitutional.