Tapeba Community

Obviously that if they can observe some differences when she takes in account the way where the land is divided. The Tapebas lands had been identified officially by the FUNAI in 23 of July of 1993, constituting an area of 4.658 hectares. The landmark to put was only made four years later. The land the Tapeba community belongs to all for practises of agriculture and other ways of subsistence, and seems to be divided of sufficiently democratic form. The practical one of agriculture is common good in the Tapeba Community, the culture of the cassava for the manufacture of the flour, the conservation of carnaba for use of the straw in the manufacture of the wax and the consumption of the fruits.

Although it is of utmost importance to analyze the ways of subsistence and division them Tapebas, what more it called me the attention was to the search of the identity, as I cited previously. The interest to reaffirm the native traces, the fight for the formal recognition practises and it of the searched rites of the past and practised in the gift something property in possession of this community is in fact. Attending the Native set of documents, Mirrors, I could perceive the aboriginal interest in if organizing and taking decisions for the improvement of life and the recognition of the aboriginal peoples on the part of the authorities. The society disdains the indian when it affirms its identity, the conflicts between the indian to be able and them Still is common if to hear of the most formed pertaining to the state of Cear citizens who inexist black in the state and that the indians whom they had remained are not> (Alex Ratts). This overwhelming ideology, pertaining to the state of Cear version of the myth of the racial democracy, has relegated the aboriginal communities and black the complete invisibilidade until the current days, depriving to them of politics you publish that they are of right of the communities.