A Family Affair: A Multi-National, Multi-Generational Roster of Musicians Combats Racial Injustice with Love, Hope and the Refusal to Remain Silent

Music has long been a driving force behind movements for social justice and racial equality. Hymns, gospel music and spirituals, collectively known as freedom songs, were central in the struggle for civil rights. Black American popular music helped frame the movement for the rest of the nation. Who can forget the stirring anguish of Nina

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