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- "Rebel Woman" the 2008 release by Chiwoniso Maraire off, U.S. based, independent, Cumbancha is her first international release in more than 10 years. Chiwoniso's music on the album incorporates elements of traditional African music, British rhythm and blues, and modern African sounds, particularly those of Zimbabwe. The tracks are backed by the sounds of the traditional Marimba.
- genre: World music
- released on (6 years ago)
- "Rebel Woman" is a musical single of DNA.
- released in (24 years ago)
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Rebel Woman / Imra#ah moutamarridah (Youssef Abou Seif, 1986, Egypt) Rebel, Die / Sending vir 'n Voortvlugtige (Afrikaans, Daan Retief, 1976 ...
Volume 1: A - L; Volume 2: M - Z by Patrick Taylor, Frederick I. Case
The Rebel Woman in the British West Indies during Slavery. Kingston: Institute of Jamaica. Olmos, Margarite Fernández, and Lizabeth Parvisini-Gebert. 1999. “ Introduction: Religious Syncretism and Caribbean Culture.” In Sacred Possessions: ...
Global Women's Issues and Knowledge by Cheris Kramarae, Dale Spender
The rebel woman in the British West Indies during slavery. Kingston, Jamaica: Institute of Jamaica for African Caribbean Institute. Massiah, Joycelin. 1983. Women as heads of households in the Caribbean: Family structure and feminine status.
Rebel Woman. By Evelyn Sharp. Sketches of the Englishwoman suffrage movement by an enthusiast. (Lane, Sf n.) — A Short History of the Progress of Woman's Rights from the Days op. Augustus to the Present Time. By Eug. A. Hecker.
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