For trainer Ion Silva Jovino, the parade strengthened a picture that didn’t generate any sort of schooling for the inhabitants. According to the professional, one mustn’t speak about slavery with out addressing the difficulty of resistance.
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“We can’t proceed to indicate black individuals solely in the context of slavery and, above all, symbolize passivity. From an instructional level of view, we can’t erase the historical past of slavery, however we can’t all the time repeat the identical picture. It is feasible to speak about slavery by displaying resistance […] Enslaved blacks have been architects, builders, farmers, seamstresses, shoemakers, washerwomen, cooks, a lot data that one may publish.
The case befell on the 18th of this month in Pirai do Sul in Campos Gerais and was shared on the official social community of the City Hall. Hours later, the content material was eliminated. The presentation in the parade was made by the Municipal School. See extra under.
In an announcement, town authorities stated the parade seeks to “shield values such as civility and develop a way of belonging among the many whole inhabitants”.
The Public Ministry of Paraná (MP-PR) stated it could examine the case. The Public Defender’s Office of Paraná (DPE-PR) assessed the scene as “extraordinarily severe”.
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- Public defenders described the act as ‘excessive gravity’ which depicted black youngsters as slaves.
Black college students at municipal faculty paraded as slaves – Photo: Disclosure
For Ione, who’s a member of the Race-Ethnic Relations Center on the State University of Ponta Grossa (UEPG), the state of affairs can be severe from a authorized level of view. She highlighted the Children and Adolescents Statute (ECA), which prohibits inserting youngsters in provocative, embarrassing and discriminatory conditions.
The trainer additionally highlighted that since 2003 federal regulation has mandated the educating of Afro-Brazilian, African and indigenous historical past and tradition in colleges, however in follow, the regulation isn’t enforced with the mandatory rigor.
“It wasn’t academic for anybody, it did not present something we may very well be proud of. […] And I concern that twenty, thirty years from now, these adults, who will probably be these youngsters, will nonetheless bear in mind the confusion they went by that day in the identify of civility and the college claims that it’s festive and academic.”
MP investigates civic parades that depicted black youngsters as slaves
A civic parade was held in Pirai do Sul as half of the celebration of the two hundredth anniversary of Brazil’s independence.
Part of the parade was proven in a video shared on Pirai do Sul City Hall’s official social community. However, the content material was later eliminated and solely different elements of the occasion remained accessible.
The parade was held on Avenida Bernardo Barbosa Mileo and was attended by college students from municipal and state colleges, authorities, spiritual, associations and others.