[101] She contributed to three tracks for the 1997 soundtrack of Fox Animation Studios' Anastasia. Six years in the making, Radical Women brings together women from across Central and South America, the Caribbean, and the United States, showcasing the works of pioneers making art on their own terms, including Brazilian art star Lygia Pape, who had a solo exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art earlier this year; visionary Venezuelan Pop artist Marisol, who died at the age of 83 in 2016; and the gender-bending self-portraiture of Cuban American performance artist Ana Mendieta, whose husband was found not guilty of her murder in 1985. As women in Latin music continue to hold their own in a male-dominated arena, more Latinas are stepping forward to shake things up. Latin music became Africanized, with syncopated rhythms and call-and-response; European settlement introduced harmony and the Spanish décima song form. Sandra Cisneros is a highly regarded Latino novelist in the United States who is best known for her novel The House on Mango Street.In her work, Sandra Cisneros champions Mexican-American women who live across and between national cultures. "[153], Women finalists at the 2016 Billboard Latin Music Awards were outnumbered by men, which was described by the magazine as a "continuing [challenge] facing female artists in Latin music. [8] During the Inca Empire in the mid-14th century, women from royal families and selected acallas (chosen ones) were taught science, art, poetry, and music from "wise elders". [23], Since the arrival of European settlers, Latin music has been male-dominated. Garafulic passed away in 2012 in Santiago, Chile. [147] People en Espanol named singers Lucero, Chiquis Rivera, and Jennifer Lopez in its 2017 list of the top 25 most-powerful Latina women. [56] The 1962 film El Mariachi Canta pokes fun at the rarity of female mariachi singers, with men cross-dressing as women. By rephotographing images from porn magazines, Castro recovered the anonymous women forced into various forms of sex work due to lack of opportunities.”. Latin music executive Alexandra Lioutikoff believes that the decline is due to a lack of female collaboration. (27.9 ×, Yolanda López (American, b. [40], The duo of Monchy y Alexandra "established bachata as a 'nice' music that could be listened to in the home by women and children. [118][needs update] She pursues a feminist agenda with her music, which has made her popular in the "most revolutionary and controversial musical genres in Latin America. [41] In 1950s bachata music, women were accused of "treachery or promiscuity or, in more humorous moments, referring to their sexuality and sexual organs with thinly veiled double entendres. In doing so, Medidas (Measurements) exposed both the power and the limitations of scientific methods to assess, classify, and regulate individuals’ bodies and subjectivities – a practice that still continues to possess a powerful and seemingly unbreakable hold over our imagination and our faith that science (as we know) is as good as truth. Multimedia artist and activist Yolanda López was born in San Diego in 1942 and came of age during the 1960s at a time when the fight for Chicano rights was a major cause across California. Women lacked access to musical training; music programs were nonexistent, and cultural norms discouraged female participation. Women have made significant contributions to Latin music, a genre which predates Italian explorer Christopher Columbus' arrival in Latin America in 1492 and the Spanish colonization of the Americas. Enrique Iglesias (born Enrique Miguel Iglesias Preysler on May 8, 1975, in Madrid, Spain) is a Miami-based singing sensation and multi-million-album… Don't want to see ads? "[117] Her winning song, "Génesis", expressed "extreme male melancholy"; author Licia Fiol-Matta called Benitez a "masculine female" whose delivery "unexpectedly delivered this affect home. "[12] In a song, "Delgadina", women are servants who must please their men "no matter the cost. [45] Participation in merengue increased in 1990, with women playing percussion and brass instruments formerly considered too difficult for women. Biographies and analysis of the work of Latin American Female Artists. [155] Billboard executive Leila Cobo found that three of the seven women were veterans (Gloria Trevi, Thalía, and Ednita Nazario), and another three were deceased (Selena, Jenni Rivera, and Natalie Cole. Four of the six-member Mariachi Estrella de Topeka and 110 others were killed in the 1981 Hyatt Regency walkway collapse. With the explosive success of artists like Bad Bunny and Anuel AA, Latin trap has become directly associated with reggaeton and clubs, relegating it … [24] Musical training was nonexistent for women. Here Are 5 Women That Art History Forgot. “Acción” was intended to incite violence as well as underscore the growing social unrest under the military dictatorship of Juan Carlos Onganía (1966–70), and also revealed how many were loathe to act in their own interest. From 1977 to 1981 she documented the lives of people in Portobelo, on the Caribbean coast, creating the most significant series of work of her career. 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More recently, his work has concentrated on political themes. Like many female artists, Rosa Bonheur‘s father was a painter. Curated by Dr. Cecilia Fajardo-Hill and Dr. Andrea Giunta, Radical Women is a watershed moment in the art world, illustrating the power of intersectionality in the new millennium. Bob Lansroth. [154] The playlist included music from Selena, Celia Cruz, and Natalia Lafourcade. I am love. Item 15 of 31. Artwork © the artist. [153] According to industry observers, women on the charts are "cyclical, as every couple of years a burst of estrogen appears on the typically testosterone-dominated Latin charts. [1] Latin music uses two European languages: Spanish and Portuguese, though modern-day widely distinguishes the genre as primarily sung or recorded in Spanish and to a lesser extent French and Italian. It was a commercial success, debuting atop the new US Billboard Top Latin Albums chart. Selena. https://www.liveabout.com/famous-latino-singers-and-artists-2141154 Indigenous communities reserved music for women, who were given equal opportunities with men to teach, perform, sing, and dance. "[158] In 2015, 22 weeks passed without a female-led single on the 50-position Hot Latin Songs chart. Leer en español: 3 artistas latinoamericanas que han marcado la diferencia [36] She has also ventured into salsa and merengue music, using salsa in her English-language compositions; "Conga" brought her to European clubs. [73] Her posthumously-released album, Dreaming of You (1995), was the first recording by a Hispanic singer to debut atop the Billboard 200 chart. [77] Latin music entered the mainstream market in the late 1990s, believed by music critics to be due to the death of Selena and the emergence of Ricky Martin, Christina Aguilera, Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony,[78][79] with greater commercial success and worldwide recognition than ever before. But who has sold the most, we hear you cry? [154] An April 2016 Billboard report noted the absence of women from the magazine's music charts. "[110] Other Latin pop musicians popular in Puerto Rico during the 1980s include Conchita Alonso, Maggy, Lunna "Cheo" Feliciano, Sophy Hernandez, and the Argentine duo Pimpinela. "[47] Olga Tañón was the most successful female merengue artist in the 1990s,[44] and has been called the queen of merengue music. (35.6 × 23.5, Photography Susan Mogul, image courtesy of Yolanda, Isabel Castro (American, b. Mexico, 1954), “X Rated Bondage”, 1980. [30] La Lupe, who devoted her remaining years to Christian music in the Bronx, died of cardiac arrest in February 1992. In “Marca registrada”, her best-known piece, Parente embroiders the words “Made in Brasil” into her foot using a needle and black thread, calling into question the traditional roles assigned to women within the space of domestic activities. Women had equal social status, were trained, and received the same opportunities in music as men in indigenous communities until the arrival of Columbus in the late 15th century. [26] The 1980s saw the emergence of salsa romántica, which was "deemed as homogenized, depoliticized, and ultimately, feminized. Born in the town of Marcos Júarez in 1942 Argentine artist Graciela Carnevale moved to Rosario when she was a teenager. [18] In 1799 Buenos Aires, privileged women were encouraged to educate themselves in the arts. [87] Unlike the hip-hop and rap music scenes, their Latin equivalents did not formulate a female role model; female Latina urban singers failed to attain commercial success. Courtesy Galeria Jaqueline Martins. [51] Other moderately-successful mariachi singers are educator and Mariachi Hall of Famer Laura Sobrino,La Reina Del Mariachi, Katherine Glen who received a special Award from the United States Congress, and Senate presented to her in recognition of the awe-inspiring queen of Mariachi .https://cloutnews.com/la-reina-del-mariachi-s-song-cuanto-te-extrano-is-causing-emotions/[57], Cindy Reifer, Marisa Orduno, trumpeter Cindy Shea, Patricia Martin, and Judith Kamel. Female dance singer.Maria Nocera (born 1967), known by her stage names, Nocera or DJ Nocera, is a Sicilian-born American club DJ, trip hop, pop,… Eileen Flores 1,533 listeners Our editors have gathered a group of 15 talented new Latin artists to keep an eye on this year. She graduated from the Escuela de Bellas Artes, Universidad Nacional de Rosario, in 1964 and has served on its faculty since 1985. [60] Other female singers who were moderately successful during the Tejano golden age were Shelly Lares, Stefani Montiel, Mary Lee Ochoa, and Stephanie Lynn. [24] According to musicologist Ilan Stavans, female roles were related to traditional norms; "decent women" cared for their children and remained at home, cleaning and cooking. Experimental art cycle. "[46] The mainly-female merengue band Milly, Jocelyn y Los Vecinos formed after Las Chicas del Can. Rosario. Indigenous communities reserved music for women, who were given equal opportunities with men to teach, perform, sing, and dance. (17.5 × 24 cm). Radical Women: Latin American Art, 1960-1985, a new exhibition on view at the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, is a major step towards setting the record straight with more than 260 works by 116 women artists now on view through December 31, 2017. Here come the girls! Courtesy of Archivo Graciela Carnevale. A chemistry teacher by profession, Parente never abandoned her first career, no matter how much acclaim she received for her work as an artist. [16] They played a variety of instruments, including the clavichord, harp, flageolet, and flute. [29], As salsa music grew in popularity, Celia Cruz emerged during the 1950s and was known as the queen of the genre. [151] Billboard executive director of Latin content and programming Leila Cobo wrote that the public perception of regional Mexican music is a group of men dressed as cowboys. [70][71] After Selena's 1995 murder, Tejano music waned in popularity. Latin American Female Artists. "[50] According to the Duranguense group Los Horóscopos de Durango, in 21st-century regional Mexican music it is "hard for women to actually be respected, to be taken into consideration, to be given the time to show [their] talent. As an émigré in the city, coming of age during the height of the Chicano movement, Castro embraced the struggles of her people, honing in on the space where women have been oppressed and exploited within America. [14] This was due to an increased population of African slaves and contemporary society's view of music as a profession. Album, Bilingual Lyrics & Supporting Women in Latin Music", "Why Are There No Women on Spain's Music Charts? [105] Shakira continued her career with the Emilio Estefan produced Dónde Están los Ladrones? "[89] According to Roja, in her early career as a rap freestyler men tried to "shut [her] up". [32] La India, Corinne, Brenda K. Starr, Lissette Melendez, and Yolanda la Duke were instrumental in refining salsa in that decade, although all were managed by men. Latin music had an explosive year in 2017, with "Despacito" taking over the world and YouTube. However I tried to throw a bit of mixture in, some of these ladies might not be well known outside their own countries or genre of music, but … Latin America is also known for such dance music as salsas and sambas, which have layers of percussion, blaring horns and an infectious sense of style. [16] The nuns played in front of spectators, choirs, and high-ranking government officials. [140], Although women have been credited with reshaping Latin music and public perceptions of sexuality, gender, and feminism,[141] the Latin music industry remains male-dominated. Lo. "[81] Her Dreaming of You (1995) album topped the Billboard 200 chart, the first Hispanic artist and the first woman to do so. [153] In 2008, there were no number-one singles by a woman on the Latin music charts. Fifteen sheets, 3 9/16 × 5 1/2 in. In 1975, Parente created her first videos: “In (In), Preparação I (Preparation I)”, and “Marca registrada (Trademark)”, which showcased the themes she would focus on throughout her career: the body, subjectivity, and the female condition in a sexist culture. The 20 Female Artists You Need to Know. [28] Bolero lyrics have a central theme of women as the object of male desire, unrequited love, and abandonment, portraying women as "physical absence and emotional distance, as ungrateful beings" unequipped to love a man. Thank you so much for this evening´s session and last week´s too. Latin artists on the rise. [87] During the popularity of Latin freestyle (also called freestyle music or Latin hip-hop) in the 1980s, record companies began signing "attractive young women with little musical talent using the same production style for all of them, weakening rather than strengthening the style. Her list of collaborations with urban artists include Pitbull, Daddy Yankee, Yandel, CNCO, among others. Aurora Reyes Flores is recognized as Mexico’s first female muralist.The pioneering artist’s work had strong political messages. [14] Rural Quechua-speaking Bolivian farmers sang about European resistance in songs with Native American and European influences. We are adding more artists every week, so stay tuned as the most important artists in the history of art are given proper coverage. Today’s art world is full of dynamic women making unique and challenging art. (76.2 ×. [9] Women in these communities were well-treated,[10] with equal opportunities to teach, perform, sing, and dance (as soloists, with other women, or in pairs with men). She's the author of two essential books on the forms and instrumentation of Latin jazz and salsa, and she's a professor of Latin American/Afro-Caribbean music, jazz/Latin piano and composition at City College of San Francisco, and a guest lecturer at U.C. [159] She concluded that listeners had replaced Spanish and Latin pop music with reggaeton and trap music, genres performed by men with lyrics belittling women "as meat". As a street photographer par excellence, Andrade beautifully captures the drama and comedy of life around the world, be it in Mexico, Paris, or Calcutta. María Rivas (born 1960), Latin jazz singer, composer, and occasional painter; Julio Aguilera (born 1961), painter and sculptor; Carla Arocha (born 1961) José Antonio Hernández-Díez (born 1964) Jaime Gili (born 1972) Hermann Mejia (born 1973), illustrator, painter and sculptor; Yucef Merhi (born 1977) See also. In the catalogue, art historian and curator Carla Stellweg observes, “Similarly, Castro’s ‘X Rated Bondage’ from 1980 spotlights injustices to women, in this case condemning the sexual exploitation of women of Mexican American backgrounds. A few weeks ago, I got my entire life at iHeartRadio's Fiesta Latina. [24] American musicologist Ilan Stavans credits Selena, Jenni Rivera, Jennifer Lopez, Ivy Queen, Julieta Venegas, and Ely Guerra for the visibility of women in Latin music. "[29] In her most-popular song, "Ese Hombre" (originally recorded by Rocío Jurado), La India contradicts male stereotypes. "[45] During the 1970s, attitudes toward women and merengue music changed with the changing roles of women in Dominican society. [24] Female dancers, more closely scrutinized than males, were expected to follow "normative gender expectations" and exhibit "appropriate behavior". [30] Cuban singers Rita Montaner and Celeste Mendoza were involved in the "appropriation and rearticulation of rumba", a genre popular before salsa. "[155] According to Lioutikoff, women (unlike their male counterparts) "rarely collaborate". The artists above are the individuals in the Latin American Modern Artists category that The Art Story has had a chance to research and write up so far. [27] Although women singers were becoming more popular, images of men were emphasized to the public more than those of women. Female Latin American Street Artists Tackle Social Issues Latin American countries have become vibrant centers for street art where they have become political outcries for women to express social issues. Argentina, October 1968”). By Kimberly Bradley, Apr … "[91] In reggaeton music videos, women often act out or "beg for sexual action" from male musicians. Please let us know who is missing by Contacting Us. "[159] She ended her report by urging the music industry to avoid gender imbalances in their markets: "What dazzles is the beauty of the final work, regardless of who creates it. 1 on Top Latin Albums Chart With 'Versus, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Women_in_Latin_music&oldid=996791061, Wikipedia articles in need of updating from January 2019, All Wikipedia articles in need of updating, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 28 December 2020, at 17:01. ... 10 Famous Female Painters Every … See more ideas about latin women, singer, women. [31] Although Cruz was instrumental in popularizing and developing male-dominated salsa,[25] few other women are associated with it. "[150] The group has found the genre a "struggle" because of male dominance. [155] In 2012 seven women had number-ones on the Top Latin Albums chart, compared with 33 men. Rebeca Mauleón has a huge portfolio as a musician, bandleader, composer, producer and educator in the San Francisco Bay Area. In 1968 GAV established Ciclo de Arte Experimental, a series of exhibitions organised every two weeks from May to October of that year. Garafulic passed away in 2012 in Santiago, Chile. In this role, she implemented new standards for restoration and conservation at the museum. 4 3/16 × 3 7/16 in. "[130] The singer was instrumental in popularizing fado, "attract[ing] attention around the world. [155] Leslie Grace was the youngest female singer to reach number one on the Latin Airplay chart when she was 17 years old,[155] and Alexandra Lioutikoff was the first woman executive vice-president at Universal Music Publishing Group's Latin division. Here are 20 exceptional artists who will inspire you, astonish you, and make you think. "[9] There were six houses, one of which was called the taquiaclla (taqui means "song"), which housed girls aged nine to fifteen with "gifted" singing voices. We recommend you to check other playlists or our favorite music charts. Female solo artists have made their mark on the music industry and have become some of the most successful to date. is the 19th edition of the "Young Latino Artists Exhibition," a highly anticipated exhibition series at the Mexic-Arte Museum in Austin, Texas. "[33] Salsa's leading female singer was La India,[34] who developed salsa romantica music during the 1990s and whose lyrics "turn the tables" on the male salsa narrative of women as objects of desire, "cruel and evil or idealized and unattainable. [20], At a 1691 celebration, European traveler Juan de Galde described his participation in dancing and singing and placing a scapular on two young women in Mexico. Radical Women: Latin American Art, 1960–1985 | Hammer Museum Born in 1942, Panamanian artist came to New York to study at the International Center of Photography with the American photographers Ken Heyman and George Tice. ESSENCE Exclusive: New Editorial Highlights Black And Latin Women Artists New York Based creative Dylan Ali illuminates a multicultural cast of Black and Latin … Latin freestyle is a form of American electronic dance music of electro-funk, post-disco, Italo disco, hip-hop origins, that is popular within Latino communities. I am pleasure, I am essence, I am an idiot, I am an alcoholic, I am tenacious. [135] Other Portuguese female singers (Felipa Pais, Marta Dias, Sofia Varela, Anabella, Bevinda, Sara Tavares, Cesaria Evora, Maria João, Marisa Monte, and Lura) have attained moderate success in the country. "[88] Many Hispanic freestyle singers tried to downplay their Latino identity after radio programmers discriminated against records by Hispanic performers. [86], As hip-hop and rap became popular in the United States during the 1990s, Latin singers began emulating them. "[144] With Selena, Jenni Rivera has been credited with the visibility of women in regional Mexican music with the "very large population of Mexican American women in the United States [with whom they] could identify". [92] Most reggaeton songs "[circumscribe women] to dancing and fulfilling male sexual desire", which "eliminates almost all possibility of action and translates their presence into a prize or trophy that men exhibit, dominate, and manipulate. [25] According to the documentary, women were "not trained in popular music and that women dared not improvise—sonear (closeness)—on stage". A Guest Essay by Daniela Bose", "Where Are All the Women in Latin Music? A new wave of female Latin acts are coming in hot in 2019. Female artists from Latin America have faced challenges entering the spotlight in the same way as their male counterparts. Born in Mexico City in 1954, photographer, educator, journalist, and curator Isabel Castro grew up in Los Angeles. 6 of 634 Total Artists. “Eleta is one of the many women artists from Panama who studied abroad and then returned to a country where there was much to be done. Since 1969, the Dove Awards have honored the best female vocalists in Christian music, but through the first 30 years of the award, only 12 different female vocalists have taken home the honor. For her presentation, Carnevale organised “Acción del encierro (Lock-up action)”, a profound metaphor that explored the relationship between the collective, the individual, and the power of the state. See Billboard's rankings of this year's most popular songs, albums, and artists. Shaking off its turbulent past and dark history of drug cartels, paramilitaries and violence, Colombia and many other countries of South America have become centers of vibrant street art. Argentina, Octubre, 1968” (“Lock-up action. From Guaynaa, Cazzu and Natanael Cano to the pop … 1942), From the series Tableaux Vivant, 1978. [101] Thalía's lyrics explore "women or men in a narcissistic, neoliberal, first-world context but do not make sense in the general context of Latin American ordinary life" attributed to other female performers, such as the Mexican singer Paulina Rubio and the Spanish singer Belinda. [89], Reggaeton dancers (to music exemplifying sexual desire) have received a negative public reception of their sexually-suggestive routines,[26] with most public outcry about this type of dance focusing on female morality. [119] As her popularity grew, Echeverri became a feminist icon and released an underground recording: Con el Corazón en la Mano (1993). Mar 21, 2020 - Explore EfraiN RodrigueZ jR's board "Famous Latin Women Singer's", followed by 1224 people on Pinterest. [9] The Andeans preferred young women with a high vocal range. [85] The mid-2000s decline of women in regional Mexican music slowed, with greater representation by Graciela Beltran, Yolanda Perez, Los Horóscopos de Durango, Diana Reyes, and Jenni Rivera. Latin Pop Artists Enrique Iglesias. “I don't give a shit what the world thinks. "[102] According to musicologists Jacqueline Eyring Bixler and Laurietz Seda, Thalía and Rubio's music does not address "mature and/or working-class women". [24] Women's dance routines were a growing concern among female fans and performers. She exhibited regularly at the acclaimed Paris salon and found success abroad in both the United States and Britain. [25] Cuban singer La Lupe "pushed the boundaries" of bolero music, and was called the queen of Latin soul music. Photos: Sandra Eleta (Panamanian, b. [1] Although heterogeneous, Latin music commonly includes the Spanish décima song form, African syncopated rhythms and call-and-response, and European harmony. This is a list of Latin-pop artists from around the world, mainly musicians. When you ask most people about popular Latino musicians, you'll probably hear a lot about Shakira and J. Latinos, who made up 17% of the American population as … [45], Female merengue bands were often formed by successful male merengue musicians, who "often referred to them as the property of the [male musicians who formed them]. Like many female artists throughout Latin America in the 20th century, Garafulic balanced various roles simultaneously: groundbreaking visual artist, educator, and public arts steward. [45] All-female merengue bands emerged in the 1980s, beginning with Las Chicas Del Can in 1984. [50] The Mexican quintet Las Coronelas, formed by María Carlota Noriega during the 1940s, was the first mariachi all-female band. Try as I might, I just couldn't find a female singer whose name started with X. [31] Their new salsa sound was influenced by African American music (hip-hop, R&B, gospel, jazz, and soul), which revolutionized traditional 1970s salsa. Promoting Latin American Women Artists. Black and white photograph. [88] Lisa Velez changed her name to Lisa Lisa, and became one of the first commercially successful freestyle musicians. Sandra Cisneros. After her time in New York, Eleta returned to Central America, first working in Costa Rica and then returning to her native land in 1974. [29] Opportunities for all-female salsa bands were nonexistent; gender discrimination flourished in the market, and women were seen as "less competent than their male counterparts. Latin America is also known for such dance music as salsas and sambas, which have layers of percussion, blaring horns and an infectious sense of style. [49] Her 1994 album, Siente el Amor, outsold her previous recordings: Mujer de Fuego (1993) and her platinum-certified debut studio album, Sola (1992). [63][64] During her early career, she was often turned down by music venues because of her age and her fronting of a Tejano band. [107] Formed in 2006 in Argentina, the Kumbia Queers have recorded cumbia and Latin pop tracks with "ironic and witty articulations of lesbianism [sic] desire".[26]. [102] Thalía and Rubio have been called "young, blonde, and thin", wearing "fashionable" clothing, whose "dull" lyrics assume the role of a "seductive, sexy, young woman who wants a macho-man at heart. [60] Only a handful of female Tejano singers, including Chavela Ortiz, Lisa Lopez, Patsy Torres, Laura Canales, and Elsa García, were successful in the genre before it became popular. I am; simply I am,” Frida Kahlo wrote in a letter to her husband, artist Diego Rivera. “Eleta was the one who changed the way photography is perceived by focusing on its subjective and poetic power… Following intuition, Eleta focused on what appeared to be trivial moments in the domestic space… In a society whose very structure is marked by issues of race and class, this work begins to suggest the ‘political’ through a closer relationship between the artist and her subjects.”. [103][104] She had a Latin pop rock sound, influenced by Middle Eastern and Latin American music. Her work challenges the notions of high art and its exclusionary practices, producing traditional paintings, posters, and assemblages the use found materials, photocopies, and “Mexicana” objects drawn from popular culture. "[41] Women "embraced [the] clean-up"; the romantic bachata style, with emotive lyrics, expressed longing for a lost lover. [152] In the 2004 and 2005 year-end charts, only one female in the genre reached the top twenty; in 2006, there were three. “I heard the men and women that led that Third World Strike speak and I understood at that point what my position was being part of this long legacy of the oppressed people, just like Black people.". [72] Selena's popularity increased after her death, and she is the only Tejano singer with constant appearances on the US Billboard 200. A Show in Vienna Seeks to Highlight the Female Artists of Austria’s Golden Age.

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