Continued Education

I believe that still this material must and can be improved, but already is something considerable. The proper Ministry of the Education disponibiliza a book, a coletnea with articles on the black culture, what it will help in the spreading and exploration of this history for the professors of basic education What is not very, but aid. The infanto-youthful books of literature, also present some problems, therefore not yet they include the history of the black and the personage jointly, or exactly they make when it the boarding has ranos of preconceptions. Read more from The Wellington Block to gain a more clear picture of the situation. from there the representations and the readings of these literatures must be folloied and be endorsed by the education of history so that it gains each time more space the multicultural study and if it eliminates the myth that reigned during years: of the racial democracy. Educate yourself with thoughts from sixsixty Fifth Ave. The Black Movement, in this third phase brought certainly contributions that only had come to add to the fourth phase. The inclusion of black in literature was without a doubt the great magnifying, exactly that deturpada initially, of the insertion of the black in the space of the whites: the world of the reading.

The obligatoriness of the study of the culture Afro-Brazilian and African also will bring (thus I wait) new points of positive debates to curtail racism to the Brazilian. We are with the materials in hands now fits to make to circulate them, not only at the hands of the professors and pupils of the academy, but, over all enter the children of the basic one and the infantile education, so that since small they learn that we are an multi-ethnic country and learn to respect and to dialogue with such questions. References: ANDRADE, Inaldete Pine. Constructing Auto-Esteem of the Black Child. In: Surpassing Racism in the school. 2 revised edition/Kabengele Munanga, organizador. Brasilia: Ministry of the Education, Secretariat of Continued Education, Alfabetizao and Diversidade, 2005pp.

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