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Black History Month: Music for Social Change Talk delivered by award winning Gospel artiste Freddie Kofi

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Award winning Gospel artiste Freddie Kofi will take you on a historic road trip via music and conversation to show how Black music (gospel, soul, Motown, retro-funk, folk, hip-hop, rap and spoken word) have all played a significant role in highlighting the issues of the day.

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Taking place online via Zoom. 
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Award winning Gospel artiste Freddie Kofi will take you on a historic road trip via music and conversation to show how Black music (gospel, soul, Motown, retro-funk, folk, hip-hop, rap and spoken word) have all played a significant role in highlighting the issues of the day, as well as having the power to bring people together from across the divide, with songs that have become soundtrack and footprint to that era and a symbol of freedom.

Freddie will look at the musicology of how particular songs help us locate a particular period in history and become a point of conversation for what was happening.

Part of NTU's Black History Month 2020 celebrations.

Click here for the Zoom meeting link.

Meeting ID: 852 6557 5537
Passcode: 503758

If you would like more information email the NTU Music team, visit the NTU Music Centre, or telephone 0115 848 4570.

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