Music For 'Disenfranchised Working-Class Youth': The British reggae band Steel Pulse formed in Birmingham in 1975. Mykaell Riley is third from the left. Echoes/Redfern/Getty Images hide caption

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Violinist Heliodoro Copado (left) of the trio Los Camperos de Valles is considered among the best musicians of the son huesteco style. J. Martín Álvarez Pantaleón hide caption

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Zieti's members and extended family in the band's early days. Left to right: Tiende Laurent, Gnakale Aristide, Michael Shereikis (in back) with wife Natasha and son Nicholas, Yeoue Narcisse and Alex Owre. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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"Don't force it, give up!" reads the t-shirt of a protester during a rally opposing President Abdoulaye Wade's bid for a third term. The slogan comes from Y'en A Marre's signature song, "Abdoulaye, Faux! Pas Force."s opposed to President Abdoulaye Wade running for a third term Tanya Bindra/AP Photo hide caption

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