For Bern (1988), ' ' So that it exists a ficcional speech of the black is necessary that the black defines the image that it exactly possesss of itself and that it consolidates the initiated process already of construction of a conscience of being black in America. (…) Searching to assume itself as subject of the articulation, the black becomes free itself of the image almost always estereotipada with that &#039 was presented since its arrival to the New World (…); '. In such a way, in Alleys, ' ' we see to arise a I-that-if-want-black, evidencing a rupture with a previous ordinance that condemned the black to occupy the object position or, better, of that one of who if fala.' ' (BERND, 1988, P. 76). Castells (2000), observes that the identities ' ' they constitute sources of meaning for the proper actors, for them originated, and consisting by means of a process of individuao' ' , what it becomes all and any resultant identity of a construction, that has as objective to organize meanings that if keep throughout the time, in one determined space and a social context and politician strong marked by relations of being able. Therefore Castells considers the following distinction enters the processes of construction of identities: Identity legislator: introduced for the dominant institutions of the society in intention to expand and to rationalize its domination in relation to the social actors; Identity of resistance: created for actors who if find in position devaluated conditions and/or estigmatizadas for the logic of the domination, constructing, thus, trenches of resistance and survival on the basis of different principles of that the institutions of the society permeiam, or exactly opposing to these last ones; Identity of project: when the social actors, using itself of any type of cultural material to its reach, construct one new identity capable to redefine its position in the society and, when making it, to search the transformation of all the social structure.