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Br. their spiritual development as well as to pursue social and economic justice. Another factor that influenced Boff’s point of view was the political situation in Brazil, which had undergone a military coup in 1964 after more than 20 years of a harsh and corrupt dictatorship. Even though a new government had improved Brazil’s world economic standing, the wealth was still concentrated in a few hands, and the majority of Brazilians remained poor and underprivileged. As the church began to speak out for the needs of the people, the government responded by jailing, torturing, and sometimes murdering the more radical members of the community.
Femme Fatale, 2002. Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever,, 2002. Desperado II: Once Upon a Time in Mexico, 2003. Imagining Argentina, 2003. Sources Periodicals Chicago Sun-Times, August 4, 2002. Express on Sunday, August 25, 2002. Hartford Courant, August 11, 2002. Hollywood Reporter, May 16, 2002. InStyle Magazine, October 2002. Banderas • 25 Orlando Sentinal, August 9, 2002. South Florida Sun-Sentinel. August 7, 2002. Other Additional information for this profile was obtained through a transcript of Primetime Live, ABC News, August 1, 2002.
It was there he got his big break, and began singing with Ray Baretto’s traditional salsa band. He made his debut at Madison Square Garden with the band in 1974. Recorded Most Successful Salsa Record Blades met and began collaborating with the Bronx salsa musician Willie Colón in 1976. With Colón as arranger to Blades’s songs, they released Willie Colón Presents Rubén Blades in 1977. Their album Siembra was released in 1978 and was considered the most popular salsa album in history, having sold over three million copies.
Contemporary Hispanic Biography, Volume 3 by Ashyia Henderson