Category: Blues

Blues Review- Kendall Jones

The blues has deep roots in American history, particularly African American history. The blues originated on Southern plantations in the 19th Century. African Americans had

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Blues Post

Blues as an important cultural work for African American history? by Sidnee Salter      In the 1920s, a new form of music derived from

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Blues Review

Published by Jewel Lewis The genre of Blues rooted in Africa, but it developed in the southern united states after the American Civil War that

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Feeling Blue

Feeling Blue Race and gender have always been important as it relates to black women’s success. This ongoing conversation details the harsh experiences of black

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Color Me Blue

Background The Blues were heavily influenced by the struggles of Black people, both socially and economically. White people in America still held power and instilled

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Gender Roles in Blues

Gender Roles in Blues by Ayami Oe Blues is a type of music that is enjoyed by people all around the world today. Its birth

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I Have The Blues

Blues: A Medium to Display Black Women’s Experiences Previous Next Blues music overtook black culture and was a method of displaying our current circumstances as

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Blues: Stories in Song

Blues: Stories in Song History and Traditions Notable Artsits Men Women  Stories in Song   

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Blues by Olivia Tomlinson

How the Blues was Therapeutic for Black People by Olivia Tomlinson The blues was a secular music created in the early 20th century.  Prior to

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Feeling Real Blue- Blues

Feeling Real Blue Blues is a mere of music that was made in the 1870s. It was inspired by negro spirituals mostly highlighting the pain

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The Blues Review

By: Aryanna Lawson Origin The blues originated around the 1890o’s in the deep parts of the south and the midwest. The blues started on Southern

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