That is, the adult who in its infancy was treat affectionately as ' ' mulatinho' ' , he was growing and he passed to be called in the adolescence for the parents ' ' moreninho' ' , being little argued in the family its negritude. A mestizo much more that afrodescendente feels in the skin the weight of the discrimination or the preconception, for being it a citizen whose identity belongs the two distinct worlds, of the white and the black. For this reason the pejorativos nicknames of the type are frequent; black of Paraguay, half-term, race indefinite, coffee with milk, almost white, declining moon, among others. Clvis Moura apud Reis# defines as root causes of this paradox involving the problem of the indefinio of the citizen ' ' mestio' ' the increasing popular adhesion to the myth of the Brazilian racial democracy and the accomplishment of the ideal of the branqueamento very spread out after the Census of 1980. Such Census had as main objective to statistical define the number of existing not white inhabitants in Brazil, stops from the result, to formulate strategies of combat to racism. In the truth what the Census had demonstrated at that moment and that would serve of alert for the following decades was to the force of the Brazilian in regards to its ethnic reality and of its identity, looking for with this to identify the next possible to the considered model ideal, that is, the white. The faithful picture of this history is the way for which not white the considered interviewed ones had demonstrated when questioned on its color. Enquete presented a universe of 136 colors. Soon, we perceive that colors as: colored person clearly, bronzed, bugresinho, jambo, dark, mulatinho, will sarar, brown, at last this brazilian rainbow represent of certain form a negation the conscience of its negritude. Valley to detach that the result of this research during years finished being used in some schools for professors badly instructed where these in turn, to try to justify the problem of the preconception in our nation, alleged that the prejudiced greaters were the proper blacks that did not assume themselves as such.