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Argentina

Argentina

The children’s Hip Hop workshop, led by young people from the Unemployed Workers Movement, is one of the autonomous cultural projects generated in the barrio. Although the government has criminalized the piqueteros, they continue to raise the flag of culture as a fundamental element for achieving social change. The rap group “Escuadron de Rimas” was instrumental in bringing this about.

Venezuela

Venezuela

The barrios of Caracas are the Bolivarian revolution’s most solid base, and where most of the socially-aware Hip Hop comes from. Inclusion policies have been fundamental in reducing the violence that is a legacy of past social apartheid policies, although barrios in the city’s hills are still suffering.

Senegal

Senegal

Right now in Senegal there are about 3,000 hip hop groups, the majority of which come from the ghettos on the periphery of the cities.

Cuba

Cuba

Cuban Hip Hop is charged with social criticism, which global mass media incorrectly spins as contrary to the Cuban Revolution. But through their attitude, the rappers have shown that they are seeking a “positive social transformation”. One that is based, among other things, on a respect for differences.

Bolivia

Bolivia

The social conflict over water and gas in 2003 sparked off social awareness and led many young people to organize themselves around Hip Hop culture as a way of materializing the process of change.

Audiovisual

Audiovisual

The lyrics of the protagonist are the inspiration to conceive a visual landscape of the social reality and politics of the different places.


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