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Afro-Cuban: Quiz


Question 1: It has been the ________ that opened up a space for extended research of African ethnic roots in Cuba.
Non-Aligned MovementCuban RevolutionCold WarFidel Castro

Question 2: It was characterized by the participation of white intellectuals like Cubans ________ and Lydia Cabrera, Puerto Rican Luis Palés Matos, and Spaniards Pablo Picasso and [Roger de Lauria]].
Alejo CarpentierFidel CastroGabriel García MárquezLatin America

Question 3: [10] A small percentage of Afro-Cubans left Cuba, mostly for the United States, (particularly Florida), where they and their U.S.-born children are called ________ and Hispanic-Americans .
Cuban AmericanHispanic and Latino AmericansSpanish AmericanNicaraguan American

Question 4: The percentage of Afro-Cubans on the island increased after the 1959 ________ led by Fidel Castro due to mass migration from the island of the largely white Cuban professional class.
Non-Aligned MovementCuban RevolutionCold WarCentral Intelligence Agency

Question 5: ________ of rap group Cypress Hill
Smoke N MirrorsDJ MuggsEric "Bobo" CorreaB-Real

Question 6: ________ - Boxer (WBC Lightweight Champion)
Joel CasamayorGuillermo RigondeauxIstván KovácsClarence Walker

Question 7: Santería and Palo Monte are largely syncretised with ________, though it is generally considered that the African elements outweigh the Catholic ones.
CatholicismEast–West SchismCrusadesCatholic Church

Question 8: [3] This stage paralleled the ________ in New York, Négritude in the French Caribbean, and coincided with stylistic European Vanguard (like cubism and its representation of African masks).
African American cultureAfrican-American literatureLangston HughesHarlem Renaissance

Question 9: Only a few of them resided in nearby Spanish-speaking countries of ________, where Afro-Latino populations predominate.
Dominican RepublicNicaraguaCubaHaiti

Question 10: Afro-Cuban religion can be broken down into three main currents: Santería, ________, and Abakuá, and include individuals of all origins.
Palo (religion)OrishaHaitian VodouAfro-American religion


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