Fortalecendo os fios: a emergência dos coletivos de estudantes negros e negras em universidades da região sudeste
Trindade, Luana Ribeiro da
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Since the implementation of the vacancy reservation policy reaffirmed by the enactment of Law No. 12,711 of August 29, 2012 - known as the Quota Law - for self-identified black, brown, indigenous and public school students there has been an expansion of colectives composed by young black men and women inside Brazilian universities. According to the narratives constructed by them, the Black Student Collectives - CENs are political spaces for the (re)construction of identity, strengthening, affection, study and fighting for real practice of that Law. Given this context, in this study was read the processes of socialization, identification and construction of difference, based on the organization of CENs and the insertion of students in universities in the Southeast of Brazil whose stories and contexts can be considered distinct. To do so, I selected the universities UERJ (Rio de Janeiro/BR), UFES (Espírito Santo/BR), UFMG (Minas Gerais/BR), and UFSCar (São Paulo/BR) as places of observation, data collection and research production. My hypothesis is that the CENs appear displaced from other forms of black organizations and problematizing the idea of permanent identity of the group in question. The resulting tensions constitute a complex situation of cultural / racial identity. The methodology used gathers bibliographic research, historical-documentary survey, systematic and participant observations and interviews with members and former members. The research reveals a new political lexicon of Brazilian black youth.
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