Index
Abiodun, Nehanda, 92, 181
Adorno, Theodor. See Frankfurt School
Africa, 129, 182
African diaspora, 122, 129, 137
African American, 128, 175; activists, 92,
181; artists, 136; community, 95; rap,
86, 92, 127, 132–33, 195 n.29
Afro-Cuban, 83, 85, 89, 101, 128, 182;
actors, 82; artists, 137–38, 160–67;
audience, 82; communities, 100;
music, 62; representation in film,
82–84; religion, 83, 136, 145, 150,
167; sexuality, 83; spirituality, 46;
youth, 87, 96, 103, 125, 133, 167. See
also culture
ahs (Asociación Hermanos Saiz, Saiz
Brothers Association), 90, 123–24,
130–31
Alamar. See housing projects
Alicia en el pueblo de las maravillas, 40,
49–50, 81–83
Alto Voltaje, 121
Álvarez, Santiago, 83
Angola, 135; war in, 170–74
Anónimo Consejo, 91–92, 101, 111, 123,
128–29, 181, 185; ‘‘Asere,’’ 121
Amenaza, 90, 94
Arenas, Manuel, 161; Carné de identidad,
161; Cuidado hay negro, 161–62
art: airport, 145, 153; collectives, 16, 85,
138, 146–53, 160; as commodity, 160;
cooperatives, 146–47; performance,
137, 146, 153, 157, 166–67; public,
135–36, 138–41, 146–76, 175, 178;
students, 16, 135, 146–53, 183; teach-
ers, 12, 135, 141, 147, 179. See also
market; tattoo
Artecubano, 141, 163
artists: Third World, 136; transnational,
146, 167–79
austerity, 88; politics of: 35
Barroso, Abel, 175–76; Rush for Freeland,
176
Batista, Fulgencio, 4, 28–29
Bienal: Havana, 143–44, 146, 151; São
Paulo, 146, 173
black: communities, 87–8, 190; culture,
164; history, 164, 167; intellectuals,
27; images and representations, 163;
male sexuality, 161; masculinity, 114;
nationalist, 92, 128, 132, 189; neigh-
borhood, 175; politics, 128; popular
culture, 109; radical activism, 91, 134;
voices, 164, 167; women, 112, 115–17,
166; youth, 2, 96, 99, 100, 104, 119,
132
Black August Hip-Hop Collective, 91,
129
blackness, 11, 95, 120, 128, 162
Black Panthers, 92, 187
Block, Holly, 143–45, 177
Bourdieu, Pierre, 9–10
Brazil, 119, 120; Afro-Brazilian cultural
practices, 189; Gilberto Gil, 119; Luiz
Inácio ‘‘Lula’’ Da Silva, 119, 121. See
also hip-hop
Bruguera, Tania, 135, 141–42, 177;
Memoria de la Postguerra, 140–41
Buena Vista Social Club, 11, 94
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