Documentary on racism in Brazil on the occasion of the protests against the hundred-year farce of the abolition of slavery in Brazil carried out by black movements in 1988. Featuring testimonies and interviews with the population and activists of the movements in the streets of Rio de Janeiro, the video questions the idea of racial democracy in Brazil, disseminated internationally, revealing the various forms of manifestation of structural racism that still afflict the black population in the country. The testimonies and scenes of the protests are interspersed with fictional passages in which the dance of a black man refers to the violent situations of discrimination where black people “get in trouble.” Made in the period of Brazilian re-democratization when Dilma Lóes participated actively in the creation of SOS Citizenship and Racism at the Institute of Research of Black Cultures in Rio de Janeiro.