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The History of Black Music in the United States

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Join us this episode as we are joined by musicologist, Norman Richmond, for an in-depth conversation regarding the history of Black Music within the United States. We will also be discussing the role whites of played in co-opting many aspects of Black music in a grand effort to exploit them for their own gain. What needs to be done in order of Africans/black people to regarding their music? This will also be discussed. This episode we will also hear dynamic audio footage from Netfa Freeman from his recent trip to Cuba to attend the 9th Colloquium for the Cuban 5. This entire episode is something you won't want to miss!!!!


As we reflect the life and legacy of Nelson Mandela, we also placed in perspective the role Cuba played in helping to liberate much of Southern Africa from the White Supremacy and Colonial Oppression. Click the link above or below to listen to this show now on archive and spread it to all of your contacts.