Black History Month Roundup

Here on the blog and over at my Facebook page, it’s been great fun exploring the dynamic and depth of music from African and its diaspora. As a roundup, today’s blog is a master post of all the things I’ve shared and you’ve shared with me!

On the blog

February- Black History Month 

A discussion about whether or not Justin Timberlake can adequately play homage to Prince, a man with whom he had a noted feud.

Black History Month: Getting Ready for Black Panther

Representation and music inspired by Black Panther- the Kendrick Lamar soundtrack; Gil Scott-Heron’s “The Revolution Will Not Be Televised” and current politics.

Black History Month: African Inspiration

Covering the score & soundtrack to Black Panther, and where the composer,  Ludwig Göransson, got his inspiration.

On Facebook

Thread– Your favorite musical artists of African heritage. Some shares:

Re: Donald Glover

Resources & Challenges:

Jazz & Its Feminist Future

Test Your Implicit Bias

What’s Your Magic? 

Coming in March: Women’s History Month!

Getting geared up to celebrate women in music (and in all things) in March. Stay tuned!


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