Frentenegrinas: notes on a Chapter of Women’s Participation in the History of Anti-Racism

This article investigates the black woman’s question in historical perspective, following their path and participation in the Frente Negra Brasileira (1931-1937), considered to be the major of the anti-racist movements in the country after the abolition period. The central question focuses on the women’s role in the Front and in its information organ, the newspaper A Voz da Raça.

Black Women; Black People; Racism; Racial Relations

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