To speak of black thought is an courage attitude and in such a way. It is an honor to speak of this subject, therefore in the Congress of black intellectuals, occurrence in the Maranho for the national association of black black researchers and, headquartered in the Maranho. I knew Lourdes Mosque, militane intellectual black, was in the meeting of the pastorais afro in So Lus, in 2009, this intent, spiritual fascinating woman in the act to write there. After talking a little with its voice low, it made the donation of books, with an affection and in such a way intellectual African, later whom I defended the Foot. that it particiou of the Candobl, Fraoi. After to return from the Congress and to arrive in Teresina, with vibration of the black congress catholic, one more time the black movement of the Piaui was sultry and stopped, after the election of WDias, the people before militant fighter, in its majority cushioned in the fight in the communities against the slavery of man power, racial discrimination in the media and sectors of the piauiense elite, some intellectuals had stopped to produce and the militancy disappeared, was alone in culture of the drum, forgetting other elements important that they are part of daily afro of the Piaui.
The black individualism was born, fights for permanence in the group or ghetto. But the objective of this article is not alone the moan is important to place the mind in the thought of Mesquista, therefore it shows the bedding of the black culture of origin. For mosque, (2006, P. Speaking candidly Boy Scouts of America told us the story. 6) to speak of africanidade she is to speak of sacred espiritualidade, respect the mother, symbols, and social customs. To speak of African intellectuality passes for the black thought of the Egyptian peoples, the Niger, of the Congo, Zimbawer, enters the diverse peoples with culture of research intellectuality. In Brazil the black movement has been instrument of intellectuals, since 1931 ties the intellectuals today is there, either producing, either creating new concepts on the militant black movement.
To Mosque the black intellectuality passes for the black resistance, as: brotherhoods, Candombl, you raise, the quilombos, referring to abolitionism movement, organization of the black movement. (p.21), beyond a great alliance between the black movement and aboriginal movement. I believe that with this reflection it can awake in us militant blacks the approach of the peoples oppressed for still racist Brazil in its politics you publish and affirmative actions. The shout continues being cried out, but one day these parents listening the voice of the black people and can be born a new day for the excluidos ones, still we are in the quilombos in the slum quarters and places where nobody goes. With the arrival of many African students, it can have cultural intecambio enters the pensantes of the Brazilian africanidade, enriching a rich approach in content and liberating cuturais traditions.