Gill, Lorena Almeida metadata. Abstract: This dissertation approaches the associative experiences of black subjects in the city of Bagé-RS in the Post-abolition period Through the analysis of the city black press, carnival organizations and social clubs, it was intended to observe the strategies used by these subjects to declare themselves in a locality whose social relations were racialized. The period that serves as the stage of analysis for the present study is Post-abolition, not only thinking it as a chronological landmark from May 13, In this context, black people have built multiple strategies to assert themselves in the society of Bagé. First, it was intended to observe the invisibility of the performance of black men and women in the city of Bagé through the works of local historians and writers. Finally, we will observe the experiences of two Black Social Clubs - Palmeiras and Zíngaros - and how these clubs were important spaces of resistance of black men and women, forming themselves as true strongholds of affirmation of the race. The material used in the research consist of newspapers from Bagé black press, as well as the widely circulated newspaper entitled Correio do Sul; statutes of the Zingaros Club; photos of carnival entities and local black entities and records obtained through interviews with members of the black associations in the city.
A partir daquele momento, todas as dificuldades aumentam. Existem aquelas que trabalham e sentem uma exigência, um dever de enfrentar a pandemia. E outras, vivem com o medo constante de morrer por conta da violência doméstica. Agora é um momento de pensar, é uma urgência que existe.