Looks at the development of African-American/Canadian culture that resulted from the migration of many Southern African-Americans to the West and North.
# 45831 | 960 words | 6 sources | APA | 2004
Published on Nov 22, 2003 in African-American Studies (1870-1950) , African-American Studies (1950-Present) , Dance (History) , Music Studies (General)
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This paper looks at the culture that developed in the African-American and Canadian population. It discusses the main events that brought about this culture, how, in some ways, it represented a resistance to oppression, and how some within the African-American/Canadian community held conflicting views about the development and expression of their own ethnic culture.
From the Paper:"The music/dance culture became an all out rejection of Victorianism and middle class control. (LN, OCT 9) The popularity of this era could be attributed to the fact that the majority of African Americans/Canadians that immersed themselves in this culture were working class and the dance/music created in this era spoke the truth!"
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