Lecture | Black Counterpublics and the New Paradoxes of Anti-racist Struggles in Brazil

Konferenzraum und via Webex: Dienstag, 28.5.2024 18.00 h.

The emergence of black counterpublics have shed light on new aspects of the anti-racist struggle in Brazil in comparison with institutional achievements of recent decades against racial prejudice, institutional exclusion and socioeconomic inequalities. In his lecture, Rúrion Melo (USP / CEBRAP / Mecila) analyzes the reasons why anti-racist struggles outside the State, which are socially self-organized, erupted shortly after a period of institutional achievements by the Brazilian black movement. What are the everyday experiences, social practices, and forms of self-organization that characterize the new political cultures of black counterpublics. And how would an intersectional perspective on social oppression and forms of political resistance can help to understand the new paradoxes of anti-racist struggles in Brazil?

The lecture is part of the Lecture Series “Diversity/Medialities” organized by Ibero-Amerikanisches Institut and Mecila – Maria Sibylla Merian Centre Conviviality-Inequality in Latin America (financed by BMBF)

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REGARDS CNRS (22 de mayo de 2024). Lecture | Black Counterpublics and the New Paradoxes of Anti-racist Struggles in Brazil. Redial & Ceisal. Recuperado 19 de julio de 2024 de https://doi.org/10.58079/11p3r

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