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lugar de sofrimento para os negros em um ambiente de confraternização e 
celebração da cultura africana”, precisamente nossa maior aspiração. 
Esta é uma iniciativa da maior importância, de caráter seminal, que pode estimular outras na 
mesma direção e livrar o Valongo do multissecular estigma do esquecimento. Os africanos que 
por ali chegaram na condição de escravizados foram esquecidos e apagados pelos dominantes, 
mas serem esquecidos pelos seus descendentes é uma dupla e imerecida condenação. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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