Jordan F. H. Taylor

Marian Anderson

Marian Anderson Marian Anderson defined resilience and historical advancements by pursuing her musical passions without hesitation. Anderson transformed the question of  “When will we listen

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And All That Jazz!

And All That Jazz! Jazz is a music genre that originated in the African American communities of New Orleans, United States. Beginning in the late 19th

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Hip Hop Concert – DaBaby

You Don’t Like DaBaby! You Crazy! DaBaby is a recently emerged artist from Charlotte, North Carolina. During Clark Atlanta University’s 2019 Homecoming, I attended their

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Some Gospel About Gospel

Some Gospel About Gospel   The modern definition of gospel is the teaching or revelation of Christ. Although, within the African American community, gospel music

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Ragtime: A Misunderstood Genre

Ragtime: The Unseen Genre Ragtime is a genre developed by African-Americans between 1896 and 1920 and was often understood as a syncopated instrumental music. Similar

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The Continuance of Black Resistance Through The Blues The creation of the blues was a continuance to the resistance carried in Jubilee Quartets. Although, African

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Negro Spirituals

The Legacy and Beauty in Spirituals As an extension of folk music, negro sprituals were based upon Christian values and mental freedom. The Great Awakening,

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Implications of Folk Music

Implications of Folk Music In 1865, folk music emitted a sense of hope, comfort, and faith, but was distinguished by its secular nature, storytelling, and

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