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this construction and releitura of history and black identity also passes for infanto-youthful literatures as we will see in the next lines. 1.2. Fights of the Black Movement for the inclusion: the black personage in infanto-youthful literature and its representations to locate our quarrels about the personages black in infanto-youthful literature and its representations, in them we will report the Petrnio Domingues (2007) and will come back to the decade of 1970, therefore it is in this decade that if develops in Brazil literature on urban social movements, which starts to speak of the popular sectors that if they organize while lobbies in the demand for good of collective consumption. The collective actors in general are defined in these studies as empobrecidos groups, excluded of the process of decisions politics. If he does not have to forget the conjuncture in this period, that is, the social impact it economic model it military regimen and questioning of the authoritarianism for segments of the civil society. (Petrnio Domingues, 2006:3) This period initiates or accents the claims for folclricas less estereotipadas resignificaes and on the black, its image, and culture in literature. Martian Ivaldo of France Rasp (2008) informs in them that it was in the year of 1978 that the Unified Black movement was servant, and with this positive action they had been deflagradas in Rio De Janeiro, So Paulo and Recife, to promote quarrels about racism to the Brazilian and the racial democracy, questioning that democracy is this and that masked racism is this that permeia our society has as much time. the quarrels on the racial question, according to Alexander Birth (2006), only goes to be or to be in the top of the quarrels of the public politics in the decade of 1990, exactly with all the force and pressure of the Black Movement, therefore he is in this decade ' ' that the society, the state and private government of the Union, schools and universities, media and other beings had passed to more deeply argue racism, the preconception, the discrimination, the racial inaquality and politics against these problems.

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