O IMPACTO DO SLOGAN I CAN’T BREATHE NO MOVIMENTO BLACK LIVES MATTER: O CASO DE ERIC GARNER

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Maurício Fontana Filho

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A pesquisa trata da morte de Eric Garner e explora suas circunstâncias e ambiente. Objetiva-se analisar o contexto com foco no assassinato de Eric pela polícia, além de como o caso progrediu e ganhou clamor público. A partir desta investigação inicial, trabalha-se com o movimento Black Lives Matter, sua origem, organização e objetivos. Analisa-se os vários contornos que o caso de Eric tomou ao longo dos anos e sua contribuição para o movimento, com ênfase na brutalidade policial e sua progressão nos últimos anos. Finalmente, explora-se esse contexto de morte e protesto por meio da teoria da situação total de Philip Zimbardo. O método é o hipotético-dedutivo por pesquisa bibliográfica, coleta e análise documental. A hipótese inicial aponta para a existência de quatro elementos-chave em relação ao caso de Garner que foram fundamentais para o crescimento do movimento BLM: a filmagem da interação policial, a sua difusão nas redes sociais, a morte da vítima, e a história de racismo no país. Conclui-se atribuindo a esses quatro elementos um poderoso impacto na sobrevivência e alcance do movimento Black Lives Matter.

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FONTANA FILHO, M. O IMPACTO DO SLOGAN I CAN’T BREATHE NO MOVIMENTO BLACK LIVES MATTER: O CASO DE ERIC GARNER. Boletim de Conjuntura (BOCA), Boa Vista, v. 5, n. 13, p. 133–148, 2021. DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.4473000. Disponível em: https://revista.ioles.com.br/boca/index.php/revista/article/view/229. Acesso em: 26 jan. 2022.
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