White Supremacy Tried to Kill Jazz. The Music Triumphed.

Musical innovations from musicians such as Dizzy Gillespie (pictured in 1955) like "be-bop" in the 1940s were driven by material forces, including the aim to develop musical forms that would be difficult for pale imitators to emulate, says historian Gerald Horne.


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