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June 19, 2011
Boys watch a performance by the hip-hop group Y'en a marre during a community concert in the Dalifort...
Dakar, Senegal
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Boys watch a performance by the hip-hop group Y'en a marre during a community concert in the Dalifort neighbourhood of Senegal's capital Dakar, June 18 2011. With nearly 40 local chapters formed across the country since January, "Y'en a marre" is focusing on encouraging youths who have turned 18 since the last election in 2007 to register for the February 2012 vote -- and to vote against incumbent Abdoulaye Wade. Using a mix of concerts, demonstrations and stomping the streets in black T-shirts emblazoned with their name, the group has been hard at work raising youth awareness of government corruption and mismanagement -- and urging Senegalese to act instead of just complain over cups of 'ataya' tea. Picture taken June 18, 2011. To match Feature SENEGAL-MUSIC/ REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (SENEGAL - Tags: SOCIETY POLITICS)
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