|Directed by||Carlos Gerbase|
|Starring|| Maitê Proença |
Tolerance (Portuguese : Tolerância) is a 2000 Brazilian drama film directed by Carlos Gerbase. 
Roberto Carlos Braga is a Brazilian singer-songwriter, also known as King of Latin Music or simply The King.
Maria João Monteiro Grancha is a Portuguese jazz singer. She is known for her vocal flexibility and improvisational skills. Although considered a jazz singer, she incorporates folk music, avant-garde, and electronica.
Arsenal Fútbol Club, usually referred as Arsenal de Sarandí[aɾseˈnal de saɾanˈdi], or simply Arsenal, is an Argentine sports club from the Sarandí district of Avellaneda Partido, Greater Buenos Aires.
Left for Linguistic Tolerance, a political party in Catalonia, Spain, founded in 1993. Initially known as Izquierda Solidaria. ITL works for the rights of the non-Catalan-speaking population and favour bilingualism. It used the 'Ñ' as its symbol.
Apuesta por un Amor is a Mexican telenovela produced by Angelli Nesma Medina for Televisa in 2004.
Festival da Canção or Festival RTP da Canção is the name given to the national festival, produced and broadcast by Rádio e Televisão de Portugal (RTP) to choose the Portuguese entry for the Eurovision Song Contest. It was first held in 1964.
Salomé is a Mexican telenovela produced by Juan Osorio for Televisa in 2001. It is the third remake of La Colorina.
The Bolivian Red Cross was officially founded in Bolivia on 15 May 1917. It has its headquarters in La Paz.
Rencor apasionado is a Mexican telenovela produced by Lucero Suárez for Televisa in 1998.
Amar otra vez(Loving again) is a Mexican telenovela produced by Lucero Suárez for Televisa in 2004. Starring Irán Castillo and Valentino Lanús with Rafael Amaya, Margarita Magaña, Roberto Ballesteros and Vanessa Guzman, in addition to its cast in Mexico's Sweetheart Angélica María as a suffering mother.
Cadenas de amargura is a Mexican telenovela produced by Carlos Sotomayor for Televisa in 1991. The story revolves around Cecilia, who at eight-years-old loses both of her parents and is then taken care of by her two paternal aunts, Natalia and Evangelina as the years pass. Evangelina makes her niece’s life miserable, she is bitter, overbearing, and dismissive of her feelings just as she is to Natalia, whom she holds much power over. Cecilia is desperate to both find the reason as to why her aunt Evangelina is so cold towards her and to find a way to escape from her prison as her desire to be free only increases as she falls in love with a man her aunt disapproves of.
Cuando los hijos se van is a Mexican telenovela produced by Silvia Pinal for Televisa in 1983.
Pobre Clara is a Mexican telenovela produced by Valentín Pimstein for Televisa in 1975.
Te amo is a Mexican telenovela produced by Guillermo Diazayas and directed by Enrique Segoviano for Televisa in 1984. It starred Lourdes Munguía, José Roberto, Aarón Hernán, María Rubio and Norma Lazareno.
Lo blanco y lo negro is a Mexican telenovela produced by Ernesto Alonso for Televisa in 1989.
María José is a Mexican telenovela produced by Juan Osorio for Televisa in 1995.
O Semideus is a Brazilian telenovela produced and broadcast by Rede Globo. It premiered on 22 August 1973 and ended on 7 May 1974, with a total of 221 episodes in Black and white. It's the thirteenth "novela das oito" to be aired on the timeslot. It is created and written by Janete Clair and directed by Walter Avancini and Daniel Filho.
Avenida Juárez is a street in the Historic Center of Mexico City flanking the south side of the centuries-old Alameda Central park.
The Memory and Tolerance Museum is a museum in Mexico City, Mexico, established in 2010.