Black diasporans discuss the ways the label can be overly broad—and leave out an important part of their identities.
"What I've found so far on a musical level is new ways to approach rhythm, melody, and improvisation. You never really finish finding yourself... it's a constant journey."
Pavel Urkiza was a voice for a lost generation of Cuban musicians. Now, with Cuban-American relations the friendliest they've been in more than 50 years, he's becoming an anchor for an expat community in Washington.