2009
DOI: 10.1590/s0100-15742009000300014
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O recinto sagrado: educação e antirracismo no Brasil

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“…As mentioned previously, with the enactment of the liberation of the slaves, blacks found themselves completely on the margins of society, with no integration policy aimed at them. From this perspective, women authors and men authors like Gonçalves and Silva (2000), Domingues (2009) and Gomes (2001), point out that schooling becomes of great importance for the black population and the central struggle of the black movement, that has always made the complaint of illiteracy among blacks and sought actions to provide access to education for children and adults, because they understood that schooling would allow social mobility and the appreciation of the black people.…”
Section: Black Movement and Education: Path Of Struggle And Claimsmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…As mentioned previously, with the enactment of the liberation of the slaves, blacks found themselves completely on the margins of society, with no integration policy aimed at them. From this perspective, women authors and men authors like Gonçalves and Silva (2000), Domingues (2009) and Gomes (2001), point out that schooling becomes of great importance for the black population and the central struggle of the black movement, that has always made the complaint of illiteracy among blacks and sought actions to provide access to education for children and adults, because they understood that schooling would allow social mobility and the appreciation of the black people.…”
Section: Black Movement and Education: Path Of Struggle And Claimsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…According to Domingues (2009), the black movement has gone through three phases. In the first phase (1889-1937), post-abolition moment, the movement promoted awareness campaigns among the black population on the importance of literacy; to this end, it opened small schools and literacy courses, in this period the main objective was basic education.…”
Section: Black Movement and Education: Path Of Struggle And Claimsmentioning
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