By George Reid Andrews
Afro-Uruguayans have been additionally crucial members within the construction of Uruguayan pop culture and the country's central musical varieties, tango and candombe. Candombe, a mode of African-inflected song, is among the defining good points of the nation's tradition, embraced both via white and black voters.
In Blackness within the White Nation, George Reid Andrews bargains a finished background of Afro-Uruguayans from the colonial interval to the current. exhibiting how social and political mobilization is intertwined with candombe, he strains the advance of Afro-Uruguayan racial discourse and argues that candombe's evolution as a critical a part of the nation's tradition has now not essentially helped the reason for racial equality. Incorporating full of life descriptions of his personal reviews as a member of a candombe drumming and function staff, Andrews continually connects the struggles of Afro-Uruguayans to the wider problems with race, tradition, gender, and politics all through Latin the USA and the African diaspora generally.
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Blackness in the White Nation: A History of Afro-Uruguay by George Reid Andrews