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1325 | 2019
Paris-Londres

L'art de la constestation
couv. 1325
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Credits : © Hommes & Migrations
ISBN 978-2-919040-45-2

Paris and London are now two cities whose identity is closely linked to diversity. In spite of different urban trends, they have welcomed migrations from their former colonies that have marked their territories for the long term. In connection with the exhibition of the Musée national de l'histoire de l'immigration Paris-London. Music migrations (1962-1989), this issue explores this connected history of the relations these two former capitals of Empire had with post-colonial migrations and their effects on the militant and artistic scenes.

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