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Diaspora Africana

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Pablo Muirhead

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LA DIÁSPORA AFRICANA
prueba
Para considerar
Realidad
Actual
(cc) image by nuonsolarteam on Flickr
AUSENCIA
Falta de representación
textos
media
2. Cierto / Falso
Más africanos fueron llevados a México y a Perú que a Estados Unidos.

3. Conecte el porcentaje que representa la cantidad de africanos llevada al área geográfica indicada.
(1) 17% a. el Caribe
(2) 40% b. Brasil
(3) 38% c. América hispana
(4) 6% d. Norteamérica anglosajona
1. De las 125 millones de personas de ascendencia africana en las Américas, ¿cuántas viven fuera de los Estados Unidos?
4. La santería es un ejemplo del sincretismo religioso. ¿Qué tradiciones religiosas forman parte de la santería?
Free Blacks
By the beginning of the 19th century this free population had become a fixture of every slave society in the Americas. In the New Granada provinces of what today are the independent states of Panama, Colombia, Venezuela, and Ecuador, the free black population in 1789 was 420,000, whereas African slaves numbered only 20,000. Free blacks also outnumbered slaves in Peru, Argentina, and Brazil. In Puerto Rico they numbered nearly half the total population in 1812. In Cuba, by contrast, free blacks made up only 15 percent in 1827; in Saint-Domingue the ratio was even lower—5 percent in 1789—and in Jamaica it was a mere 3 percent in 1800. Thus, in plantation societies, opportunities for emancipation did not come easily, whereas in regions where the economy was more diversified, the free black and mulatto population expanded considerably.

http://www.ipoaa.com/blacks_latin_america_etc.htm
5. Cierto / Falso
El castellano en Latinoamérica ha sido influido por lenguas africanas.
6. ¿Qué país fue el último en abolir la esclavitud?
a. Colombia
b. México
c. Estados Unidos
d. Perú
90
millones
la gran mayoría habla español y portugués
cierto


Bongó - tambor pequeño de madera, con membrana de cuero de cabra
Chévere - algo excelente, de calidad superior, muy satisfactorio
Gandul - grano (fruto comestible)
Mofongo - comida criolla hecha con plátano verde frito o asado y luego se maja, añadiéndole sal y pedazos de chicharrón de cerdo
Pachangá - baile, fiesta, jolgorio

http://cai.bc.inter.edu/CIBERINFO/ciber-info_africanismos.htm
Estados Unidos -1864
Perú -1854
Colombia - 1821
México - 1810
Marco teórico
importancia de integrar perspectivas culturales siempre
Cultura
Competencia intercultural
percepciones
Perú
To study another language and culture gives one the powerful key to successful communication:
knowing how, when, and why to say what to whom.
Brasil
1888
ORISHAS
Reflexiones
abundancia de recursos
Pablo Muirhead
muirheap@matc.edu
Series Black in Latin America with Henry Louis Gates, Jr. at
http://www.pbs.org/wnet/black-in-latin-america/

Pablo’s lesson on this topic featured on the Annenberg Video Library Series at http://www.learner.org/libraries/tfl/spanish/muirhead/index.html

BLACK IN LATIN AMERICA - Henry Louis Gates Jr.
http://www.pbs.org/wnet/black-in-latin-america/featured/preview-black-in-latin-america/172/
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