Salsa is either an American and transnational phenomenon, in spite of the fact that girls in salsa were ignored. To discover how woman singers negotiate problems with gender, race, and state via their performances, Poey engages with the methods they problematize the assumption of the country and facilitate their musical performances' move throughout a number of borders.
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