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Today we look back on the Music that Started a Movement..As early as Billy Holiday & Strange Fruit did our people get an eye opening experience of the injustice that sparked the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960's with such artist as Sam Cook, Curtis Mayfield & The Impressions, Nina Simone, John Coltrane and Marva Staple. This music continued into the 70's with Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder, Jr. Walker and The Isley Brothers. The 80's and 90's had it's share as well as Rappers such as Queen Latifah, Public Enemy, KRSONE and a host of others spoke out. The Music that started a Movement can also be credited to other greats such as Micheal Jackson, Club Nouvea, not to mention several projects to raise funds for Africa & Hati..So today we pay tribute to those artist and thank them for their efforts!!..ENJOY!!!.. This is the show on Blog Talk radio that focus on educating..elevating & motivating our listeners to a higher level of awareness & consciousness in order to Empower & Uplifting our Communities around the World. Join TEAM DLW to take part in our UNITY MOVEMENT simply by promoting 2-3 local Black Owned Business in your Community..Come on our show & SHOUT THEM OUT!!!..LET YOUR VOICE BE HEARD!!..We're waiting to hear from you..Call in at 515-605-9376
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