PRESENT FOR: Karen Julieth Muñoz Natalia Gordo Rincon Johan Andres Badillo Jennifer Andrea Suarez Geraldine Olano GRADE 11
PHILOSOPHY "RUDE" To know the origin of the Rude boys have to go back to the history of Jamaica, a country where this culture originated. Jamaica was a British colony until 1958 when he took his first steps of independence by joining the West Indies Federation, and later, in 1962, becoming independent completely. At that time, music was fashionable 'ska' so it was music that identified this new culture-called "rude boys" or tough guys, who engaged in street violence became protagonists in the fight against social workers capitalism. After the rise of other musical genres such as rocksteady and reggae rude boy culturewas taking other nuances, and street violence of those times it was becoming a struggle for peace and brotherhood.
DRESS FORM The style 'ganster': Formal dress cloth suspenders white Sox Black patent leather shoes (such as school). Are also used converse or vans. Sacks and blasers overcoat High-waisted jeans tube (the famous 'saltacharcos') Caps and hats
THE 'RUDE BOYS' AND 'RUDE GIRLS' IN COLOMBIA The 'Rude Boys' and 'rude girls' in Colombia Here are some logos rude boy youth movement in Colombia: nationalism Rejection of the multinational Union of races Mockery of capitalism and oligarchy anti bullfighting Defense of Animals Religion without fanaticism
THE MUSIC The 'ska' is a musical genre born in Kingston, Jamaica in the fifties influenced byAmerican rhythms such as jazz and Rhythm & Blues but merged with native rhythms such as calypso. The consolidation of the music 'ska' in the decade of the 60 matches Jamaica's independence from British rule. However, in the 70's when the 'ska' would represent a socialist ideology characteristic of the island at that time.
The word is a derivation of reggae ragga, which in turn is an abbreviation of raggamuffin,which in English means literally in rags. We used this label to name the poor in Jamaica,and also the Rastas and cultural movements of the slums. It is said that this genre is derived from 'ska' and had its origin in the 70's. It is characterized by socialist ideas in their lyrics and profess peace and racial equality.
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