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The theater was for whites only. McDaniel refused to go to the premiere because she knew she would not be allowed in the theater. The ceremony for the awards was in 1940 in Los Angeles, California. McDaniel was not allowed to sit with her white costars. She had to sit at a separate table in the back of the room. Even though she won, McDaniel was kept separate from the white actors because of discrimination. 37 Lorraine Hansberry wrote about the experiences of her own family in A Raisin in the Sun.
While other African Americans protested their unfair treatment with words, Coltrane rebelled through his music. In this way, music captured the experiences of African Americans. Hip-Hop’s African Ties Hip-hop reflects African culture. It is a bit like an African drummer who played his music and shouted to the Hip-Hop In the 1970s, hip-hop music was developing. It was a new style of music that included rapping lyrics that rhymed. Music usually played in the dancers circling him. Hiphop uses a disc jockey, or DJ, who plays music and calls out to listeners.
How is this chart similar to what you have learned in this chapter? How is it different? How does this timeline help you better understand African-American music? The raps were African-American storytelling. They revealed the challenges young African Americans faced. Lyrics often focused on being poor, growing 30 STRIDE PIANO BIG BANDS GOSPEL QUARTET FREEDOM SONGS RURAL BLUES HARD BOP SOUL JAZZ JAZZ FUSION NEW JAZZ SWING a n -A m e n ti a l A fr ic u fl in re a t and Jay Z K a n y e We s is ts .
African-American Culture by Darice Bailer