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King Tut's Strut: Marc Cary & the Focus Trio

I wanted to post the live version of “Taiwa” by Marc Cary & the Focus Trio that I have on my iPhone, but I can’t find the Youtube link and I’m not that clever, lol. 67 more words

Black Culture

Cultural Understanding: Human Rights and Ethnomusicology

Cultural Understanding: Human Rights and Ethnomusicology
By: Anna Polovick

Sometimes the fight for human rights can be seen in unexpected places. For me, my daily encounter with human rights coincides with my study of Folklore and Ethnomusicology at Indiana University Bloomington. 493 more words

another reason I do

The 1870 census states that my great, great, great grandfather, Isacc Nash, was a farmer and married with four children in Virginia.

The 1880 census¬†states that he died in the Nottoway County jail “a lunatic and idiot” at the age of 40. 77 more words

Writers

Drink Your Way Into Balance!

Many people are unaware of the acidic foods and beverages that are consumed on a regular basis. Acidic consumption contributes to a host of physical ailments and ailments, but it also throws our pH Balance out of whack. 307 more words

Life & Style

Round House African American Museum Digital Project

Yesterday I brought all of he artifacts related to the great builder, Oliver Nestus Freeman, that are housed at the Oliver Nestus Freeman Round House African American Museum to the NC Digital Heritage Center at UNC Chapel Hill.  164 more words