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Black Music Month

Black Music Month: June

The month of June has been proclaimed to be Black Music Month. Recognition of this critical part of American heritage will be highlighted all month long with various events in many cities urging citizens to revel in the many forms of music from gospel to hip-hop. 

African-American musicians, singers, and composers have contributed an immense amount to our nation's history. It should be acknowledged and celebrated.  Below are some links to get you started in the exploration of this vast area of musical talents. Take part in this celebration and learn something new!

Click below for other insights into the history and background of June, Black Music Month.

The Harlem Renaissance Exhibition: As Gay as it was Black
at FAU Libraries in 2010

Last updated on Jun 15, 2022 5:29 PM