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Programa Nosotros, 1982, El Salvador: campos de refugiados y danzas tradicionales
Date
1982 (Creation date: 1982)
Main contributor
Trautman, Dave
Summary
Interview with Ana and Maribel who talk about the Salvadorean community in Edmonton and their activities in the city. Ana talks about the situation faced by refugees fleeing El Salvador, as well as the military government, supported by the USA, which controlled El Salvador at the time. Maribel introduces a group of dancers who perform the Guanaco Son, Salvadorean Xuc, and El Carbonero; all traditional Salvadorean dances. Interview with Roberto Aparicio, who discusses the political history of El Salvador and its people. Dancers: Ana Maria Rodriguez, Evelin Rodriguez, Marisel Hernandez, Guadalupe Hinares, Ana Alfaro
Contributors
Red Star; Maciel, Miguel
Subjects
Refugeee camps--El Salvador--Photographs; Salvadoran Civil War; Monseñor Romero Camp; El Salvador, 1982 elections; dance--Son Guanaco; dance--Salvadoran Xuc; dance--El Carbonero; Farabundo Martí National Liberation Front; Revolutionary Democratic Front; Alfaro, Ana; Aparicio, Roberto; Rodriguez, Maria Ana; chilenos en Canadá; cultura; dictadura; conmemoración; Grupo de teatro Armando Discépolo
Genres
Variety; Community
Language
Spanish
License / Terms of Use
Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0)
Location
El Salvador
Collection
Nosotros Television Programme
Unit
University of Alberta Library
Other Identifier
Other: 960474