2004
DOI: 10.1590/s0103-40142004000100021
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Negras memórias, o imaginário luso-afro-brasileiro e a herança da escravidão

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“…In the words of the founder of the Museu Afro Brasil, Emanoel Araújo (, ), the institution's aim is not to cultivate a politically correct view as this would fail to cure the wounds left by a long history of violence. Araújo's concern seems to echo the arguments raised by authors like Stuart Hall (, ) who stress that positive images of the Afro‐Brazilian population can replace the negative set of representations, but still fail to break the binary structure of racial discrimination.…”
Section: Museums That Go Against the Grainmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In the words of the founder of the Museu Afro Brasil, Emanoel Araújo (, ), the institution's aim is not to cultivate a politically correct view as this would fail to cure the wounds left by a long history of violence. Araújo's concern seems to echo the arguments raised by authors like Stuart Hall (, ) who stress that positive images of the Afro‐Brazilian population can replace the negative set of representations, but still fail to break the binary structure of racial discrimination.…”
Section: Museums That Go Against the Grainmentioning
confidence: 99%