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NEGRO MUSICOLOGY: The Story of a “People” in America

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Educational Lecture Series

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Since slavery people of Afro-ancestry in America have used music as a soothing balm of relief from harsh treatment and experiences. In the face of death, oppression, family separation and more, the Negro; commonly referred to today as African Americans have survived. They found hope in their musical expressions.  

Join TALK-STRAIGHT host, Reverend Dr. Rueben Y. Dockery, Sr. and guest, Mr. K. C. Clark, Gospel and Rhythm and Blues musician, as they discuss the powerful affects music has on the social history of African American people from slavery unto 2017.

Sample Performance

Special Guest:

Mr. K.C. Clark,

Gospel and R&B Musician

January 10, 2017

7:00pm (CST)