Exploring the significance of hip-hop culture in Buenos aires as it grows from it's incipience
Exploring hip-hop culture as it specifically relates to the black community in Buenos aires
Exploring a new sentiment of organizing (around diaspora)?
Exploring a new concept of blackness—less localized more globalized?
Can music continue to be a unifying entity for the community? (Is the word community even applicable to a dispere group of people who happen to be afro-descendientes?)
Is community something that the diaspora in Argentina is searching for?
Can music be a teaching and galvanizing force for the community?
Aside from hip-hop, what are some of the most important musical genres for young Afro people?
Will hip-hop be a way for Argentines to view and recognize blacknesses, while Afro-Argentines realize their own blackness? (Will this give Afro-Argentines a cultural identification?)
Will this alternative culture gain a voice although there is little appreciation for hip-hop in the mainstream culture?
Can hip-hop ever be a non-political entity??