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Black Like This: Race, Generation, and Rock in the Post‐Civil Rights Era

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Black Like This: Race, Generation, and Rock in the Post‐Civil Rights Era

Auteurs : Maureen Mahon

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Abstract

In this article, I demonstrate that the intersection of race, class, generation, and education had a decisive impact on African American rock musicians who came of age during the post‐civil rights era from the late 1960s to the present. By analyzing life stories, I connect rock musicians' experiences with school desegregation to the position they occupy between black and white mainstreams and discuss how they critique discourses of black authenticity through the identities and practices they have produced as members of the Black Rock Coalition. I also consider the effects of racism and racializing discourses on this group of African Americans. [African American identity, music, black middle class, race and class, generation, life stories, United States]


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DOI: 10.1525/ae.2000.27.2.283

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