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VENEZUELA HIP HOP
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April 25, 2006
A graffiti depicting a tank is seen on an old truck at the state-run cultural development project of...
Caracas, Venezuela
Graffiti depicting a tank is seen on old truck at state-run cultural development project of "Tiuna el...
A graffiti depicting a tank is seen on an old truck at the state-run cultural development project of "Tiuna el Furte" in El Valle neighborhood, during a hip-hop performance in Caracas April 22, 2006. In the sprawling, urban ghettos of Caracas, President Hugo Chavez's self-styled socialist revolution is getting a hip hop flavor. Tiuna El Fuerte, a collective named after an local indigenous hero, is bringing rap shows and street performances to impoverished neighborhoods as part of Chavez's oil-financed social reforms for the poor. Organizers say their cultural project mirrors Chavez's programs, which supporters say have given more participation to the poor majority long abandoned by previous governments. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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