STOLEN LEGACY : The Curious Case of the White Washing of Black Music

the revolution of the mind continues…

“People are honoring the sound of Black music. Just not actual Black people. , not one lead Black act has topped the Hot 100 all year. In large part, that’s due to a controversial change Billboard made to the R&B/hip-hop chart at the end of 2012 that essentially makes it a condensed version of the Hot 100, rendering the chart near-useless to hardcore fans of Black music. The fact that Billboard, in essence, gave up on tracking the core R&B/hip-hop audience speaks volumes about the industry’s priorities in the digital era.” – Time Magazine

Who do we put a case on?

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Harlem Film House, a 501(c) 3) corporation, produces film & music festivals, workshops, media, theatre productions and live events, while also offering business consulting to filmmakers and content creators in underserved communities around the world. The Harlem Film House creates a economic ecosystem by providing filmmakers services and resources to ensure longevity in careers in film, theatre and related entreprenurial pursuits.

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