Afro-Brazilian Councilwoman and activist, Marielle Franco was assassinated in March 2018 and the crime remains unsolved. In 2019, artists and activists in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, use the annual Carnival to call for justice for Marielle. In the midst of social protests and rising fear over the extremist policies of the new government, how does the city become a site of resistance and memorialization for Marielle Franco’s legacy in this crucial moment of the one-year anniversary of her murder?