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1HOUSTON BOUND: CULTURE AND COLOR IN A JIM CROW CITY BY TYINA STEPTOENameInstitution affiliationDate
2Synopsis of Houston Bound's culture and color in a Jim Crow city by Tyina SteptoeIn Tyina's Houston bound "culture and color in a Jim crow city," she tells the story of racialformation in Jim crow's era, a period that entails the period between the first world war and theyear 1945 but also covers years before the world war and after. The most exciting section isbound's book is "Multilingual Rhythm and Blues," which encompasses the period of World War2. The love for musical tradition-bound expresses apparent, especially in her words of genreshistory of blues music, jazz, or Questa and mainly zydeco. Her focus is on black Houston,involving all sorts of cultural and social nomadic experiences. Still, there are lengthy dialogs ofracial Mexicans and with some other few Jews and Italians. After the First World War, bound