top of page
  • n/a

Some white congregations are paying to use hymns written by enslaved African people

Some white congregations are paying what they're calling "royalties" when they sing hymns that come from the Negro spiritual tradition. They say it's a matter of racial justice. Please click the button to find out more!

205 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All

The NAACP Convention That Never Came to Town

In his letter from the Birmingham jail, Martin Luther King Jr. suggested that he was more concerned about the white moderate, who was more devoted to order than to justice, than with the White Citizen

The Bay State Banner "In the news: Emmett G. Price III"

Berklee has named Emmett G. Price III as the inaugural dean of Africana Studies. An internationally recognized expert on Black music and culture, Afro-diasporic sacred and secular expressions, and Chr


bottom of page