Afro-Brazilian Candomble: Reigniting Cultural Memories in the New World
Anderson, Catherine Elizabeth
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This paper will explore Candomblé as a religion in its own right that has acted as an important tool for resistance and remembrance, allowing Candomblé practitioners to remember and redefine their African ancestral past in spite of changing influences in the New World. [From the initial paragraphs]
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