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Renata Meira Veras Veras https://orcid.org/0000-0002-1681-1401

Sheyla Fernandes https://orcid.org/0000-0003-4759-1314

Abstract

Colonial regimes are racially organized, and racism is the main instrument of organization and control of the black population. Thus, we assume that the educational system has a direct implication in racist practices since content and curricula are products of values ??and beliefs based on a hierarchically organized worldview based on racial differentiation. Therefore, in this chapter, we will reflect on the decolonization of undergraduate course curricula through ethnic-racial education in constructing beliefs disassociated from the hierarchical division of races. Decolonizing Universities, their curricula, and pedagogical practices can be a fruitful way to build new beliefs disconnected from social conformation based on differentiation by race. Therefore, the formation of emancipatory subjectivities is related to the establishment of new beliefs, which can be made possible by the ethical and democratic pedagogical stance.

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How to Cite

Veras, R. M. V., & Sheyla Fernandes. (2024). ETHNIC-RACIAL EDUCATION AS A BASIS FOR A DECOLONIAL PERSPECTIVE IN INICIAL TEACHER EDUCATION . New Trends in Qualitative Research, 20(1), e810. https://doi.org/10.36367/ntqr.20.1.2024.e810