Sugar's Secrets: Race and the Erotics of Cuban Nationalism

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Vera M Kutzinski

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Phillip Connor drafted the sections on the history of religious change in the region. Similarities in African culinary heritage, shared throughout Latin America and the Caribbean, have left enduring legacies. Unlike the Moors of North American and some that were enslaved, who in 1776 were forbidden from playing drums (except for areas such as New Orleans Congo Square), Caribbean slaves were liberally allowed to play their drums, which of course were not only for recreation and entertainment, but used as a means of communicating.

Pages: 310

Publisher: University Press of Virginia (January 1, 1993)

ISBN: 0813914671

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