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Surprise Me Chapter Four discusses how African-American music developed. The development of different genres of music can be interesting and surprising. After reading this book, what two or three facts about AfricanAmerican music did you find most surprising? Write a few sentences about each fact. 45 GLOSSARY blues literary a type of music developed by African Americans that is about life’s challenges relating to literature lyrics the words of a song culture the way of life, customs, beliefs, and traditions of a group of people prejudice hatred or unfair treatment due to having fixed opinions about a group of people hip-hop renaissance a type of music developed by African Americans that includes rap a period of much artistic or intellectual activity segregate hymn a song that praises God 46 to involuntarily separate or keep people apart from another group jazz spiritual a type of music developed by African Americans that is lively and does not follow written notes a type of religious music developed by African Americans during the time of slavery LEARN MORE Books Mangrum, Allison.
A Raisin in the Sun Some filmmakers and playwrights wanted to show what life was really like for African Americans. In 1959 Lorraine Hansberry’s play A Raisin in the Sun was performed on Broadway in New York. It was the first time a play by an African-American woman had been performed there. 38 In the play, an African-American family living in Chicago is trying to improve their lives. The family wants to move out of their apartment and buy a house. But white people do not want them living next door.
Brea, CA: Ballard & Tighe, 2006. Weinstein, Muriel Harris. : The True Story of a Boy and His Horn. New York: Bloomsbury Books for Young Readers, 2010. com. These links are routinely monitored and updated to provide the most current information available. com for free additional tools for teachers and students. 47 INDEX Academy Awards, 37, 41 African culture, 7–9, 11, 12, 13, 15, 25, 29 Angelou, Maya, 22 Berry, Halle, 41 blues, 27, 28 children’s books, 18 Cosby Show, The, 39–40 gospel music, 13–15 Perry, Lincoln, 35 Harlem Renaissance, 19–20 hip-hop, 29–30, 32–33 Hurston, Zora Neale, 20, 23 Raisin in the Sun, A, 38–39 religion, 7, 9, 11–15 Jay Z, 32, 33 jazz, 28–29 Kwanzaa, 13 definition of culture, 7 Douglass, Frederick, 17–18 Du Bois, W.
African-American Culture by Darice Bailer