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Community of Song: Latin Music in Sharing Identity and Promoting Cultural Humility

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Title

Community of Song: Latin Music in Sharing Identity and Promoting Cultural Humility

Rights

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Type

Moving Image

Creator

J. Caduhada

Date

1990-2000, 2000-2010, 2010-2019.

Description

In this video, Colombian-Canadian singer-songwriter Gerry Rozo, through a retelling of his personal experiences, explores the role of music in cultural identity and community-building. He discusses his journey to Canada, the progression of his music career, his thoughts on cultural humility in Canadian society, and the ways in which he believes music can be a conduit for both the preservation of cultural identity and promotion of intercultural communication.

Format

Video

Language

English, Spanish

Publisher

Bridging Classroom and Community: Languages and Cultures in Action, Western University, Fall 2019

Contributor

Gerry Rozo, a member of the London Colombian community

Extent

9:20

Relation

"IsPartOf" Hispanic Collection

Rights Holder

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Subject

Role of Music in Cultural Identity and Community-Building through a Latin Lens

Temporal Coverage

Gerry left Colombia in 2001.
Gerry arrived in USA in 2001 and moved to London, Ontario in the same year.