Brazilian History

Far from intending to establish some type of rusga e, recognizing, anticipatedly, the undisputed importance of the Sudanese people or the iorubano group in Brazilian history, this project considers a reflection the narrative of the peoples in the history of Brazil. The target of this project is to make with that the people see as the society was and still it is cruel with the black people and to remember that during some years this cruelty remained as being something ' ' correto' ' of diverse forms these people had suffered and suffer until today since punishment until the elimination of its cultures. 5 THEORETICAL RECITAL Throughout centuries XVI, XVII, XVIII and XIX, the Africans had been removed the force of its country, brought for dutches, Spaniard, Danish, English and Portuguese, until the year of 1600. At this time five million enslaved Africans had been brought for Brazil who had in such a way lost its identity, and that today he becomes Brazil the second bigger black nation of the world. The settling in Brazil contributed for the process of miscegenation of the country. They join Portuguese, African indians and slaves, but the African people, the biggest population of this mixture that was enslaved arriving here in result of it I traffic person who trades slaves. The Brazilian economy in the colonial period (1500-1889) was escravista and was longest of history, with the duration of four centuries.

With this millions of Africans and its descendants they had influenced and they characterized the Brazilian society. However, the great population of Africans, after the abolition, was lost, the edge of the society to who, culturally, gave to its contribution, leaving for us its influences cultural. The Brazilian elite tried to import the European culture and to ignore the African culture, Davis (2000). It enters many afro-Brazilians in such a way they had resisted and they preserved the traditions and customs are of the domination structure. .