Noites Temáticas Lusófonas no Mercado de Santa Clara

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Até 7 de Agosto, as nossas já tradicionais Noites Temáticas acontecem TAMBÉM as 5ªS Fªs no magnífico espaço do MERCADO DE SANTA CLARA (Feira da Ladra), no âmbito da Exposição “Artes Culinárias da Lusofonia – Objectos e Práticas”. A iniciativa é do CAC (Centro das Artes Culinárias), à frente de uma parceria que integramos, com muito gosto!

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NOITE TEMÁTICA GUINEENSE, Sáb. 31 de Maio

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18:00 – OFICINA DE DANÇAS TRADICIONAIS DA GUINÉ-BISSAU com NINA CODÉ.

Inscrição 5 € (prazo para inscrição até dia 30 de Maio)

Nina Codé nasceu em 1977 na Guiné-Bissau e reside em Portugal há alguns anos. É Bailarina no grupo de música tradicional guineense Djumbai Djaz e instrutora de danças tradicionais guineenses. Fez parte da companhia nacional de bailado da Guiné-Bissau tendo participado em diversos eventos culturais em África (Senegal, Gâmbia, Costa do Marfim, Argélia e Líbia), Europa (França, Espanha e Portugal) e Brasil.

20:30 – JANTAR TRADICIONAL
Cardápio:
No prato: Mancarra e Caju, Caldo de Mancara (frango com molho de amendoim) e Salada de Frutas Tropicais
No copo: Ginbere (sumo de gengibre e limão com hortelã), vinho tinto ou branco, cerveja e água.
Contribuição solidária de 13 € (jantar + concerto)
Sujeito a inscrição prévia por e-mail ou telefone até dia 30/05

22:00 – CONCERTO:  MAIO COOPÉ e…

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Dakar 1966 – 1er Festival Mondial des Arts Nègres

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'1er Festival Mondial des Arts Nègres' LP front cover'1er Festival Mondial des Arts Nègres' LP back cover'1er Festival Mondial des Arts Nègres' spread'1er Festival Mondial des Arts Nègres' side 1Dakar1966 Festival posterCheikh Anta Diop (left) and Alioune Diop, Paris, 1950sDiop, Senghor and Cissé Dia, Dakar 1966Senghor at Musée Dynamique, Dakar 1966

01 Evocation du Spectacle Féérique de Gorée (24:06)
(Gorée Island Enchanting Tale)

Petite Musique de Cour des Rois Mandingue et Balante
(Ancient Court Music of the Mandingue and Balante Senegalese Kings)
02 Improvisation Pour Une Fête (kora and balafon) (2:55)
03 Air pour une Fiancée (balafon solo) (3:18)
04 Nocturne pour une Reine (kora improvisation) (2:03)

Songs of New Nations,
sung by the De Paur Chorus (New Jersey)
05 Ghana (2:54)
06 Nigeria (4:16)
07 Congo (2:11)
08 Nigeria (3:12)
09 Ghana (2:55)

Total time 47:40
LP released by Philips, France, 1966

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Alioune DiopThe idea of a World Festival of Negro Arts (1er Festival Mondial des Arts Nègres, aka FESMAN) was proposed at the Conference of Black Writers in Rome, 1956, organized by Alioune Diop (1910-1980), director of the ‘Présence Africaine’ journal in Paris, and publisher of African Literature and History books. A fellow Senegalese, poet Léopold…

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Indigenous slavery in the American Southeast

An Indigenous History of North America

It is fairly well-accepted that American slavery of the 19th century developed from three distinct traditions of slavery that were mutated into a new, racialized, institutionalized form: European indentured servitude, West African slavery, and southeastern Native American slave trading. Of these, the last is probably the least well-known, despite it being essential to understanding how slavery as it’s popularly known became such an economic force in the southeast. So this is a brief overview of southeastern slavery before 1800.

Indigenous Traditions of Slavery

The period from 900 to 1700 CE in the southeast is known as the Mississippian period. During this time, people lived primarily in provinces composed of towns that paid tribute to a mico, or chief, who inherited his position through the maternal line. Power was established through deeds of war, so provinces frequently fought with one another. As a part of this, captives were often taken, although…

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