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Michael A. L. Broyles

In this mixture of memoir, reflection, and scholarship, the author details how, during a time of suffering, James Baldwin and singer Celia Cruz helped him understand his tense relationship with his toxic paternal grandparents and celebrate the reclamation of his stifled Mexican heritage.

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Revolutionary intimacies?
Sarah Milton

attended in the south of England were advertised as ‘Cuban’ or ‘LA’ salsa, deriving from the many different schools and styles of salsa dance. The historiography of salsa music and dance is hugely complex, with ownership and origin claims coming from different parts of the world, such as Cuba and diaspora communities in New York, Venezuela and Colombia (Washburne, 2002 ; Waxer, 2002 ; McMains, 2008

in Ageing and new intimacies