This chapter presents an out-of-academy response that struck anti-black racism at its aesthetic core. Dynamic images of anti-black racism— arguably Western modernity's greatest works of art— excel in this regard as narrative is an integral part of the racist art show, supplying fundamental ideas about what is being presented in dynamic forms. The fact that anti-black racist dynamic images can function at deep non-discursive levels of emotional-cognitive uptake and absorption make it all the more difficult to challenge them discursively during episodes of lived experience. The Center for the Articulation of Martinalized Populations, a non-governmental organization in Rio de Janeiro, requested that the Brazilian Public Ministry prohibit the music on the basis of discrimination against Blacks and women. A formal denouncement of racism was presented in July 1996 on article 20 of the 1989 Cao Law, which declared racism in the Brazilian media to be a crime.