Felipe Neis Araujo is a Brazilian anthropologist concerned with social justice, drug policies, state violence, structural racism, and repair for historical inequalities. He holds a PhD in social anthropology from the Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil. Felipe has conducted fieldwork with Rastafarians in Kingston, Jamaica, and published works on the politics of Rastafarian language and gender and violence in Jamaica. He also writes about drug policy and violence in Brazil. His work appears in the New West Indian Guide, Ilha, GIS, and TalkingDrugs.org. You can contact him at neis.araujo@gmail.com and follow him on Twitter @legaliseNrepair.