Ta Ligado : rodas e hip hop no Rio

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    Ta Ligado 4: Baixada Fluminese
    (2014) Diaz-Hurtado, Jessica Natalia; Orta, Jonathon David
    Baixada Fluminese ta longe de tudo, is far from everything. It is a place in Rio’s periphery that has been historically excluded from its political, economical and social realm. We interview members of the BF hip hop scene and they tell us their story on their militant stance on hip hop and always keeping it real both in public plazas and in NGO’s. Locations: Morro Agudo e Duque de Caxias. Featured Organizations: Movimento Enraizados and Cypher na Rua.
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    Ta Ligado 3: Mulheres no Mic
    (2014) Diaz-Hurtado, Jessica Natalia; Orta, Jonathon David
    Like in the rest of the world, women have always been marginalized and stereotyped in most movements in capitalist and patriarchal societies. Their presence is an act of resistance and gives voices to those silenced. Mulheres no Mic is a webisode dedicated to the women in the carioca hip hop movement and discusses their experiences as cultural mediators.
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    Ta Ligado 2: Zona Oeste
    (2014) Diaz-Hurtado, Jessica Natalia; Orta, Jonathon David
    Zona Oeste focuses on Rio’s west side budding hip hop scene. Given that zona oeste is often marginalized from the rest of the city, it has created a hip hop community based on resistance and family. Locations: Bangu e Realengo. Featured Organizations: Caixa de Surpresa and Espaço Cultural Viaduto de Realengo.
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    Ta Ligado 1: Historia e Influencia
    (2014) Diaz-Hurtado, Jessica Natalia; Orta, Jonathon David
    In this first webisode of Ta Ligado: Rodas e Hip Hop no Rio, Brazilian Zulu Nation members set up the historical scene for hip hop in Brazil in order to get a broader understanding of today's movement.
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