The Power of African-American Art: A Black History Month Special

This year, State of the Re:Union recognizes Black History Month through the lens of African-American art, the role it has played in social movements and everyday life, and why it matters both to the black community and the United States as a whole.

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Episode Music

Artist Track
Public Enemy Fight the Power
Bayard Rustin Swing Low Sweet Chariot
Bessie Smith Homeless Blues
Duke Ellington Black Beauty
Thelonious Monk Round Midnight
Martha Reeves and the Vandellas Dancing in the Streets
Marvin Gaye What’s Going On
Grand Master Flash and the Furious Five The Message
J. Cole Be Free
Incredible Bongo Band Bongolia
Grandmaster Caz Various Mix Tapes
Incredible Bongo Band Apache
D.C. LaRue Faces of Love
Esther Williams Last Night Changed It All
Shuggie Otis Sparkle City
Incredible Bongo Band Sing Sing Sing
Aesop Rock Bring Back Pluto
Bonobo Eyesdown
Bexar Bexar The Turning Bull
Nina Simone You’d Be So Nice To Come Home To
This Will Destroy You Villa Del Refugio
Jacques Loussier Trio Bach:Orchestral Suite #3 in D
Time Machine @$$hole (Instrumental)
Charlie Haden Nobody Knows The Trouble I’ve Seen
Etienne Charles You Don’t Love Me (No no no)
Robert Glasper Dillatude #2

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