This documentary explores the modern resurgence of traditional Afro-Bolivian Saya Music.
The Afro-Bolivian community has been historically underrepresented and has remained marginalized in poverty since the abolition of slavery.
In recent decades Afro-Bolivians have used Saya music to empower their movement and to build solidarity in the face of discrimination.
The musicians use Saya as a platform for political activism and have been gaining visibility in society by telling their story and defining their own identity through performance.
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