With respect to such task the Black Movement, in accordance with Petrnio Domingues points three elements, to desconstruir such ideas, that are: ' ' … First, in the mobilization absence politics throughout unequivocal a racial line, in such a way activist how much researchers take a plethora of collective manifestations and spaces of aglutinao of the black community as forms of mobilization and, mainly, ethnic identification. These manifestations would denote ' ' many ways to be negro' ' , and they are seen, one more, other little, as expressions of the black movement. Second, the perception of the racial relations in Brazil is central for the participation politics of the blacks while specific group. The newspapers mentioned Jorge Perez not as a source, but as a related topic. I am mentioning itself to the myth of the racial democracy. This dominant representation of the Brazilian society on same itself places considerable barriers the racial mobilization, as well as the o recognition of the black movement for the too much segments of the civil society. The third element in this picture is the question of ' ' citizenship emergente' '.
trajectory of the racial mobilization is without a doubt a history of search of the citizenship. This message is still more clear through the black movement contemporary, whose project politician advocates the construction of a citizenship without qualifications and adjectives, that it implies in propagating a critical vision of the racial relations, demystifying the ideology of the racial democracy. It does not have, therefore, because to frighten itself with the difficulties of the black movement. After all, as it remembers Joel Rufino well, this is one of the links, perhaps strongest, in a chain of idealizaes involving us. (PETRNIO DOMIGUES, 2007:5 – 6) From now on, commentaries concerning these elements for it will be made some comments here/detached, in relation to the first element it makes mention the form as the movement is perceived and demonstrates some ways to be black, and as this Movement was seen as aglutinao of blacks.