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chimurenga

Zimbabwean political protest music of the 1970s.
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Se trata de las exposiciones del albanes Anri Sala (6 de septiembre--7 de enero 2018) y el africano Chimurenga (4 de octubre--26 de noviembre), producidas a traves de la primera edicion del Estimulo Fiscal a Proyectos de Inversion en la Produccion Nacional de Artes Visuales (EFIARTES Visuales).
In the 15 November "military intervention" in Zimbabwe, however, none of the above happened, except perhaps the playing of Chimurenga (liberation war) music on national TV for much of the morning.
Once her husband was released, she campaigned for the safety and well-being of refugees of the Second Chimurenga (liberation war) while in Mozambique.
The platoon commander had left Goromonzi at the age of fourteen to become the youngest platoon commander in the operation zones under the chimurenga name of Devil Hondo (War Devil).
But they called their Mbira-based music Chimurenga also because it was a revolutionary sound.
His topics include conceptualizing the development of air power as a war asset, the development of the air force during the interwar period, the impact of the Rhodesian Air Force during the Second Chimurenga, challenging air supremacy from outside: analyzing the feasibility the Zimbabwe People's Revolutionary Army's conventional plan, and the effects of civilian bombing on guerrilla strategy.
During the post-2000 period, Msipa projects an image of mediator between white farmers and the veterans of the liberation war who were in part the engineers of the Third Chimurenga.
She has written for Bidoun , Chimurenga Chronic , Makhzin , and others, and has translatedfiction by the Lebanese writers Chaza Charafeddine and Hassan Daoud, among others.
Mapfumo, who now lives in Eugene, created the genre of Chimurenga music in the 1970s.
Ntone Edjabe and Edgar Pieterse (Cape Town: Chimurenga and the African Centre for Cities, 2011), 160.
The First Chimurenga, or Liberation War from 1893 to 1896 pitted Zimbabweans using spears and bows and arrows against white settlers with guns.
Musicians include Breathe Owl Breathe, The Wool Pullers, Silver Jackson, Budo, Erik Blood, OC Notes, Strummin Dog, Benjamin Verdoes, Chimurenga Renaissance, Iska Dhaaf, Kirk Debique, and more.