Black voices outline - AMS 2030 Belgrad BLACK VOICES I Beyond Accepted Images II Motown soul music that was about creating rock n roll music for

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AMS 2030 Belgrad BLACK VOICES I. Beyond Accepted Images II. Motown- soul music that was about creating rock n’ roll music for black audiences, performed by black musicians and producers. (The Isley brothers). It was created in Detroit, and Motown stands for “motor city.” Trying to cultivate black celebrities in the United States. III. Confronting the “black rapist” image- This is a long standing image in the American culture that dates back to the nineteenth century. Richard Wright wrote a novel called “Native Son” that described the social pressures of a black man that turn him into a rapist. In the 1950s, the idea of the black rapists started being rejected, and the idea of the white woman seducing the black man emerges. A. Ralph Ellison, “Battle Royal”- Uses a blonde stripper as a symbol as mainstream American culture. Uses this to position the black man as wanting the white woman, which is what society says should happen. It is a double bind of him wanting and not wanting the white woman. B. LeRoi Jones,
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This note was uploaded on 02/14/2011 for the course AMS 3030 taught by Professor Danielbelgrad during the Fall '09 term at University of South Florida - Tampa.

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