I know something about Brazilian History and i know people from "Black" Northern Brazil migrated to some States like Sao Pilo. But i wonder why, even nowadays, when you have in Brazil what you call freedom, the quantity of black people in southern streets are so wispy.you actually asked this question? Brazil is a free country and anyone can live where they will have, provided you have a financial position to do so. This kind of racist question is regrettable. And by the way if you do not see nearly black in the pictures is because Rio Grande do Sul is due to the fact that black people represents 5.2% of the state population, and the region as a lawn across the Serra Gaucha is less than in the southern region of the state where there was use of slave labor during the colonial period and the Empire of Brazil. But black people, white or yellow people is welcome in any place!!
I can assume that there is some kind of racism against them or something alike? Otherwise they'd move from their poor regions to those States, am i wrong? Just like what happens in America. Even "no slavish" states attracted by their economic power a lot of black people from the South. And nowadays there're a lot of cities that have a goodly black population. If what you say is truth, why there're so few black people in Southern Brazil?