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  • 23 de set. de 2020

  • O racismo enraizado na escravidão não desapareceu no Brasil – e levou tempo até que sua existência fosse reconhecida. Inscreva-se em nosso canal! http://goo.gl/0bsAjO O Brasil importou mais escravos africanos que qualquer outro país no mundo: mais de 4 milhões de pessoas. Apesar da ancestralidade de grande parte da população, o desenvolvimento de uma identidade negra no país foi inibida após a abolição da escravatura em 1888. O país não teve um sistema como o apartheid da África do Sul ou as leis de Jim Crow dos Estados Unidos, e sua população miscigenada era vista como um símbolo de harmonia racial. A ideia de que o Brasil era uma "democracia racial" afetou como brasileiros viam o papel da raça em suas vidas – até que esse mito foi desconstruído. “Várias pessoas viveram com certos privilégios por terem um tom de pele mais claro, mas sofrendo um pouco de discriminação e sem entender o porquê,” explica Thiago Amparo, advogado e professor de Políticas de Diversidade. “Apenas ao entender a história do Brasil, a construção [social] da branquitude e sua própria ancestralidade negra, elas passam a se identificar como pretas.” O aumento no número de brasileiros que se autoclassificam como pretos foi resultado da luta do movimento negro pela denúncia do racismo no Brasil e pela divulgação de referências positivas de negritude. Muitos avanços foram obtidos nas últimas décadas, como a implementação de ações afirmativas. No entanto, os desafios continuam. Setenta e cinco por cento dos mortos pela polícia no Brasil, em 2019, eram negros – e os indicadores socioeconômicos dessa população ainda se distanciam muito dos de brancos. Veja nosso catálogo completo de vídeos: http://goo.gl/IZONyE Siga a Vox no Facebook: http://goo.gl/U2g06o Ou no Twitter: http://goo.gl/XFrZ5H

Comentários

  • Julia Ramos
    Julia Ramos 1 mês atrás (editado)

    “Too light to be black, too dark to be white” that is our reality here...

  • Kiritu George
    Kiritu George 1 mês atrás

    If "I don't see colour" was a country, it would be Brazil.

  • Gustavo Borges
    Gustavo Borges 1 mês atrás (editado)

    "counselor"

  • Mili189
    Mili189 1 mês atrás

    MASSIVE THANK YOU FOR HIGHLIGHTING BRAZIL HISTORY. There are more people dying under police than in any other country.

  • Juliano .F
    Juliano .F 1 mês atrás

    You actually missed an important point os the racism base. When European people moved to Brazil, they were gifted with lands in south and north Brazil, but when the slavery ended, the black people didnt receive nothing, that made this population be pushed to the periphery of the city, where simple and poor houses were built, originating the favelas

  • jo_b
    jo_b 1 mês atrás

    Vox, please add proper Portuguese captions. It is a waste to make such a well-produced video, and still have that barrier in accessibility (especially one where you address erasure - your video can be a tool to combat this if more Brazilians could understand it!). I would think this would be something worked out BEFORE publishing the video, but better late than never.

  • andrew sparks
    andrew sparks 1 semana atrás

    Question: What it means to be black in Brazil?

  • Maddison Mad
    Maddison Mad 1 mês atrás

    Disappointed they didn't mention the War on Drugs and how it keeps killing black and brown people not just in Brazil but Latin America as a whole.

  • juselara02
    juselara02 1 mês atrás

    I am from Colombia and I can totally identify all this problematic in my own country. This wicked passive racism is incredibly dangerous and harmful to our society. We agree "we are not racist" and, on a particular level the average Colombian is not racist per se (like for example, the all out racism you can see on the news about USA), but if you go to the bottom of the the facts, the correlation between poverty and race is spot on. The poorer regions of the country are of black communities and it is not that easy to find black people in positions of power. But no, "we are not racist", "we love black people", "I have a lot of black firends"

  • Bow and Arrow
    Bow and Arrow 1 mês atrás

    “ Racism by denial” was a beautiful line ,it exists in India too..

  • Bruh sound effect #2
    Bruh sound effect #2 1 mês atrás

    Ah yes, Bolsonaro - The Trump of Brazil.

  • Drummer Kid
    Drummer Kid 2 semanas atrás

    Fun Fact my ancestors were able to leave Brazil and go back to Nigeria and they established a community between themselves.

  • asian mipa
    asian mipa 1 semana atrás (editado)

    America - is definitely racist.

  • Brian Kibet
    Brian Kibet 1 mês atrás

    "How could you want to be someone who is going to be erased?" wow

  • Ronnie Cadiz
    Ronnie Cadiz 1 mês atrás

    "All i want to say is that they don't really care about us"

  • tubester4567
    tubester4567 1 mês atrás

    The last countries to abolish slavery was the Islamic countries like Saudi Arabia 1960's, Oman in the 1980's. There is still over 1 million black African slaves in Mauritania.

  • Michael Mallal
    Michael Mallal 3 semanas atrás

    Indigenous are vastly over-represented in Australian jails. This is possibly code for judicial racism.

  • Obi-Wan Kenobi
    Obi-Wan Kenobi 1 mês atrás

    “In a racist society, it is not enough to be non-racist. We must be anti-racist.”

  • dark purple
    dark purple 1 mês atrás (editado)

    I'm Brazilian. I was never considered Black by Whites because I was too black to be white. Ok then, so I started calling myself pardo. But some of the black movement folks started calling me out because I should be calling myself black, but then some of the more orthodox people of the black movement said I was too white to be black.

  • Founders Soldier of Columbia

    "Brazil was one of the last countries in the world to abolish slavery, in 1888"