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Sounds of Resistance

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Transcript of Sounds of Resistance

From storytelling to movement building
Sounds of Resistance
Rise of Technology
9/11
The New World Order
00’s
Bush I & Bill Clinton
The rise of globalization/neo-liberalizaiton
The roaring 90’s
Rage Against the Machine
Name and title reflected the generation of the 90’s
Fused hip hop and rock
Spoke to a generation of POC, students, activists, immigration
Queen Latifah
90’s
Crack epidemic
Decade the movement died
Highest concentration of violence in LA
Bastards of the Party
Rise of hip hop and Rap
Storytelling from the streets
CNN of the people, the underground
Blunt, aggressive, critiques, disregard for the political left.
NWA/ Public Enemy
Children of a society that killed, jailed, drugged its mentors.
80’s
Son Jarocho music from Southern Veracruz, Mexico
Hystory

Instruments

Elements

Fandango
Afro-Mexican Musica
The sixties was the sixties
Nina Simone
Responded/ reported to the conditions of the times.
Could not be an artist and not respond to the conditions
Produced some of the most influential musicians ever
Marley, Simone, Gaye, Gil Scott
Vietnam War
Largest antiwar protest in United States
Imperialism live and in your face
Power Movements
Pushing piece policies
60’S & 70’S
Elements of Jarocho
Break Dancing
Mcing
Djing
Graffitti
Elements of Jarocho
Zapateado (Dance)
Call & Response (Singing)
Improvisation & Poetry
Fandango (Communal Ceremony)
Son Jarocho y Hip Hop
The impact of music
Name +
Name an artist
or song that had a major influence on you growing up?
Ritchie Valens
Los Lobos
Quetzal
Las Cafeteras

We are part of a Tradition of Story-Telling that uses music as the vehicle to share our history, our story, our narrative, to counter the stereotypes and false narrative that have shaped our identity in the United States
Evolution of Jarocho in U.S
90’s
Rise of Technology
9/11
The New World Order
00’s

Vietnam War
Largest Antiwar protest in United States
Imperialism live and in your face
Power Movements

Responded/ reported to the conditions of the times.

Could not be an artist and not respond to the conditions

Produced some of the most influential musicians ever
Marley, Simone, Gaye, Gil Scott
The 60's were the Sixties
00's
Name and title reflected the generation of the 90’s

Fused hip hop and rock
Spoke to a generation of POC, students, activists, immigration
90's
Crack epidemic
Highest concentration of violence in LA

Bastards of the Party

Rise of hip hop and Rap
Storytelling from the streets
CNN of the people, the underground
Blunt, aggressive, critiques, disregard for the political left.

NWA/ Public Enemy
Children of a society that killed, jailed, drugged its mentors.
80's
Nina Simone
60/70's

Pre-civil rights movement

Reaganomics/Trickle down
Theory

Communism/Red Scare

Set stage for the power
movements of the 60’s

Bracero Program

Deep xenophobia

Ricardo Valenzuela
50's
Bush I & Bill Clinton
Rise of Globalization


Queen

Latifah
The age of technology
9/11
The New World Order
No Child Left Behind
Obama
“The single story creates stereotypes, and the problem with stereotypes is not that they are untrue, but that they are incomplete. They make one story become the only story.”
- Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
What's Your Story?
You have the stories already.
I feel most free when ...
I dream of ...
I am from ...
Please share:
WHAT STORY WILL YOU TELL?!
Las Cafeteras Workshops
A Peoples Hystory through Music
Timeline
Same Hood
Different Worlds

Community Agreements
Move up and move Back
One Mic
Everyone is a teacher
Everyone is a student
History as Storytelling
Storytelling as History
by Las Cafeteras
How can History
be Taken Back?
Las Cafeteras
HISTORY
HIS-STORY
WHAT IS IT?
WHO TELLS IT?
WHO USUALLY IS THE HIS-STORY TELLER?
We use music to tell our stories
StoryTellers First, Musicians Second
We are trying to shift narrative
Sharing our worldview, using music
WHAT ARE THE CONSEQUENCES?
Who's stories are lost?
Who's stories are untold?
What stories get passed on?
What stories get left behind?
La Bamba Rebelde
Until lions write books,
History will glorify the hunter
- African Proverb
Rage Against the Machine
Community Guidelines
Move up move back
One Mic
Everyone is a student
Everyone is a teacher
by Las Cafeteras
I come from ...
I dream of...
I fear...
I feel most free when...

sights
sounds
tastes
noises
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