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Collective Gift of $1M for NMAAM

NASHVILLE, TN — The National Museum of African American Music (NMAAM) recently announced a joint gift of $1 million from the Regions Foundation and the Mike Curb Foundation, a major step forward for the trailblazing and interactive new museum, slated to open in downtown Nashville later this year. Each organization …

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GUEST COLUMN: The persistence of blackface

So is blackface still a thing in 21st century America?  You bet it is!  Sadly, since it since it originated in the antebellum period and peaked in the post slavery/Jim Crow America as the most popular entertainment outlet for the white working class,  blackface has retained remarkable staying power. Almost …

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The Most Influential Women on Twitter Right Now

Influencers have been a part of the marketing world for a while now, but influencer marketing has come a long way since Michael Jackson sang about Pepsi. Nowadays, social media is the place for influencers to collaborate with brands and promote their products. In recent years, we have witnessed many …

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