Sounds of revolution: A Yale scholar gives unheralded musicians their due

Yale’s Daphne Brooks discusses her multi-award-winning book “Liner Notes for the Revolution” and the overlooked Black women musicians it documents.

Music has been a part of Daphne Brooks’ life since she can remember. Her childhood home was filled with the sounds of all kinds of records, including Duke Ellington and Aretha Franklin. She even played a little bit of piano herself. But she says she never got very good at it. Read More

Wednesday, December 14, 2022