Ilê Aiyê redefines itself inside of moving political realities of the Brazilian mythic racial paradise. The globalization schedule of the tourism areas its Africanized ideas in dialectical stress with State's investment. the dialogue of 'race' is inevitable as Ilê Aiyê questions the economically marginalizing prestige of Afro-Brazilians.
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