Black Americans (Instrumental)

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  1. Many of the instruments in the Smithsonian collections associated with African American musicians were owned by someone famous and have that person's name associated with them: Louis Armstrong's trumpet, for example, or Prince's tambourine. These objects can be experienced and understood through the stories of the person or persons who used them.
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  3. Black Americans have become instrumental in US local government September It is thought that America’s first elected black mayors were Pierre Caliste Landry from Donaldsonville in southern Louisiana and Stephen Swails from Kingstree, South Carolina.
  4. Earliest Black Recording Artists In George W. Johnson became the first African American to record commercially. A common story is that Johnson, a former slave, was discovered singing on the streets of Washington, D.C., by Berliner recording agent Fred Gaisberg.
  5. Her insights into African-American culture and the pressure to be black is an interesting concept. In the past, foreigners who emigrated to America felt a pressure to become Americanized. While they still held onto their cultural traditions, they pressured themselves to blend in and become an American.
  6. The National Medical Association – National Convention, Boston, MA – August , They were instrumental in leading the fight for better health care and greater opportunities in medicine to all enfranchised Americans. Today they continue to represent the needs of African American physicians across the country.
  7. Apr 18,  · Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies, Table 1, Presidential vote and party identification of black Americans, –; p. 9. Bositis, David A. “The Black Vote in ,” Joint.
  8. African Americans’ involvement in the world wars also plays an instrumental role because they were drafted in the military at a huge scale. In spite of that hypocrisy of U.S military was quite evident as they segregated black soldiers. Moreover, they were not treated equally, giving way to racial conflicts.
  9. May 13,  · There would be no jazz music today were it not for the contributions of artists like Miles Davis or Louis Armstrong, who were instrumental in the evolution of this uniquely American music genre. But African Americans have been essential to all aspects of music, from opera singer Marian Anderson to pop icon Michael Jackson. Marian Anderson.

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