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1. Chapter 3:Color Blind Erotic Democracies, Black Conciousness Politics, and the Black Cinderellas of Felicidade Eterna

1.1. History, Representation and Scholarship

1.1.1. Mulata "...represented as having emerged out of the black African slave cultures" (119)

1.1.2. Black women w/white characteristics (ideal)

1.1.3. black women w/o these characteristics "are barred from economic and social mobility"( 118).

1.2. Discourses (and Silences) on race (120)

1.3. Hierarchies of Beauty and Social Mobility (121).

1.4. The Coroa and the ideology of Whitening

1.4.1. "Within this social structure women of color, both black and mixed--race, desire to either become white or avoid 'slipping back'. (123)

1.5. Internalized Racism and Social Mobility

1.6. Race and Class in Brazil and the United States (103).

1.6.1. U.S. Can talk about race but does not want to discuss that of poverty and class.

1.6.2. Brazil can openly discuss that of poverty but becomes uncomfortable in discussing race.

1.7. The "Treasure Chest Group"" Female Fantasies of seducing the Coroa.

1.7.1. Black images of black women in Brazil vary. Depending on race and color.

1.7.2. Color determines who is perceived as sexually desired.

1.7.3. Always comes back to race. What is seen as beautiful depends on the features, characteristics and color of a woman.

1.7.4. For a darker skinned women to be desired she has to be overly sexual to make herself and others see her this way

1.8. Ana Flavia Pecanha Azenedo: A Black CInderella? (107)

2. chapter 2 : The Aesthetics of Domination

2.1. The Aesthetics of Domination

2.1.1. fejf

2.2. Poverty In Brazil and Rio de Janeiro (69)

2.2.1. increasing numbers of women in the workforce.

2.2.2. unequal distribution of income (70)

2.3. Class, Culture and the Effects of Domination(70).

2.3.1. money for work makes women have to stay in this lifestyle.

2.4. From Slavery to Servitude(71)

2.4.1. generations before were slaves. carried over to a different form. Forced to "serve" others in excahnge for money to survive. WOrker dependent on employer just as with slave and master.

2.5. Colonial Rio de Janeiro (73)

2.5.1. racial divide

2.5.2. light-skinned/dark skinned, different meanings associated.

2.5.3. racial barrier in the domestic working field

2.6. The struggle to earn a living wage.

2.6.1. ..."an economy characterized by ever increasing numbers of workers in the lowest paid sectors"(66).

2.6.2. middle class: Having a worker marks identity in community.

2.6.3. lower class: have a worker but just to clean. Not necessarily a domestic worker/servant.

2.6.4. For lower class having a worker gave a sense of empowerment back after having to answer to someone higher up in your workplace (67)

2.6.5. Faxineira: Heavy duty cleaner(61)

2.6.6. domestic workers earned only one minimum salary.

2.6.7. evident personal relationship between worker and employer (85).

2.6.8. Good education is a privelage. public schools are underdeveloped and under qaulified. Not given a chance to a proper education.