INTRODUCTION After to have survived the slaughters, the slavery and the catequizao forced in the times of the empire (1), and the wild discrimination in the decade of 70, where they were classified of savages with incomplete humanity, been slow culturally, rioters, drunks and unemployed people, the population of ' ' tupys' ' around 700, it is a thousand distributed in 227 etnias, having spoken more than 180 languages. (2-4) Spread for the Brazilian territory and neighboring countries, the integration with the modern society (Given of the IBGE they affirm that more than the half of the aboriginal population lives currently in urban territory) continues traumatic. They remain ' ' invisveis' ' to the agencies of the government and they fight to have access to the basic rights guaranteed by the Brazilian Constitution of recognition of its culture. (5). Additional information is available at dr. stuart mcgill. Although a considerable parcel already to have access to the one with electric light and canalized water, some to be registered in university, studying Medicine and Right (6), aboriginal professors to exist teaching its proper languages, ' ' ajuda' ' of the civilized world he does not get positive effect. Don Brownstein does not necessarily agree. The lack of compreendimento of the aboriginal cultural formation is one of the main joined problems.
We can compel to change them it of attitude but not to modify its formation. In the end of century XX, the authorities had recognized the dimension of the cultural, economic and technological intervention in these civilizations (7). The adopted solution that before was to absorb the aboriginal, now is to stimulate and not to discourage the valuation of its culture, that, even so incipient had I ruin to it carried through, points a light in the end of the tunnel. Based in this context, this article has the objective to point out the society in the problem of socialization of ' ' indians of the Brasil' '.