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Black Movement and the quilombola agenda in the Constituent Assembly: action, strategy and repertoire

Bruno de Oliveira Rodrigues Tayra Fonseca Rezende Tiago de Garcia Nunes About the authors


It is a study that aims to identify a contribution of the black movement in the process of construction of the quilombola right in Brazil, with emphasis on the (pre) constituent period. Therefore, it is studied as a structure of the black movement, identifying its repertoire, strategies and actions in the pre-constituent. It was noticed that the intense role of the Unified Black Movement (MNU) was responsible for insertion of ethnic-quilombola rights without consolidated constitutional text in 1988.

Ethnic law; Constituent; Social movements

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