17. June 2014 · Comments Off on A Better World · Categories: News · Tags:

We think about a better world, with cultural diversity and igualitrias racial relations. Only with studies anti-racists of the cultural contributions of the peoples who form our society, we will be able to modify these relations. According to anthropologist Kabengele Munanga, a reasonable justification for the invisibilidade of the racial preconception in the schools, would be the almost unconscious internalization of discrimination from an ideology developed for the dominant segments in the social processes. Costuma to search the explanation of this lack of conscience of the racial discrimination in the instruction lack, that is, in bode expiatrio cultural. This justification does not convince because the human beings do not need instruction to feel pain, the disdain, the injustice and exclusion. Without a doubt, a certain cultural level is indispensable to open horizontes e, if necessary to articulate the internal speech around the question; but the conscience lack cannot be attributed, absolutely, to the instruction lack.

The trend, in general, exactly in the clarified Brazilian is to deny the discrimination. (1996, 214). In elapsing of the project, it was observed invisibilidade of the racial relations, this can be perceived with bigger clarity in the absence of serious and critical debate on the subject. An example is the quotas for racial criteria. The subject, at least, displayed two wounds, one of it supposedly healed and to another one, bleeding visibly. When being inquired on the quotas, the pupils, had observed that the same one opens the problematic one of the Brazilian school, exculpatory, without politics you publish of long stated period and with bad indices of evaluation. Exactly ahead of these events, the analyses unhappyly do not focus the difficulties of the educational process of base, only superior education. The quarrel on the quotas, for more than permeou two lessons, a subject that we knew that the attention would call as much the pupils.

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