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When I’m Called Home: Remembering Abbey Lincoln #WHM2012

When I’m Called Home: Remembering AbbeyLincoln by Mark Anthony Neal |theLoop21 (2010) “I’vealways been concerned with the story I’m telling. This music is social. Our music is social. Nobody careswhether it sounds pretty or not. Can you tell the people what its like to behere?”—Abbey Lincoln in LaShonda Katrice Barnett’s I Got Thunder: Black Women Songwriters on Their Craft WhenAbbey Lincoln gave her last breathe on the morning of August 14, 2010, she lefta legacy, that though obscured by time and ignorance, marks her as one of themost singular Black artists of the 20 th Century.
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Do We Still Need Black History Month? A Historian's Response

Ethnicity & Race / African American : New Black Man (yesterday)

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That Old Time Religion: Remembering Albertina Walker

Ethnicity & Race / African American : New Black Man (4 years ago)

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'When I'm Called Home': Remembering Abbey Lincoln

Ethnicity & Race / African American : New Black Man (4 years ago)

Obscured by time, this jazz singer leaves behind an impressive legacy. When I'm Called Home: Remembering Abbey Lincoln by Mark Anthony Neal “I’ve always been concerned with the story I’m telling. This music is social. Our music is s... Read Post


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