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The scene could come from a fairytale. A young girl from a Rio favela is transformed into a princess and whisked off to an elegant ball. For one magical evening, she dresses up in a gown and tiara, gets picked up by a stretch limousine and then waltzes under chandeliers in the arms of a handsome guardian.
It is a propaganda exercise designed to win hearts and minds in communities that often have very divided opinions about the arrival of police in areas that were once no-go areas for the authorities. According to Amnesty International, they have killed an average of one person every day for the past five years , making them responsible for at least one in six fatal shootings in the city.
Wanderson Prata, a subcommander of the Pacifying Police Unit or UPP, as they are know by their Portuguese initials described the ball as an attempt to reduce the gap between the communities and the military police. These kids grew up having them as heroes. Girls are chosen from each favela based on a short essay they have to write about the UPP. There is no shortage of candidates. Turning 15 is the most important coming-of-age ceremony for a girl in Brazil.
Parents are expected to spend a fortune ensuring the birthday is unforgettably lavish. Nowadays most favela residents are wealthier than in the past, but none can match the extravagance of the state government and its commercial partners. Before the ball, the debutantes are taken to a makeup artist, pedicurist and hair salon.
Frilly rental gowns are provided free of charge. Some girls and many police are given dancing lessons. After arriving in two limos, they are escorted up to the balcony while their families wait in the banqueting hall below with police commanders from the UPPs in dress uniform. A police band knocks out Brazilian pop classics.