47 min

#16 Guest Lecture: Segregation, Integration and the Sounds of Soul with John Capouya Demystifying Media at the University of Oregon

    • Education

Join us for this special 40-minute lecture with author and Professor of Writing and Journalism at the University of Tampa, John Capouya.

This is an audio recording of a lecture. For copyright reasons, the lecture presentation images could not be included in the lecture recording.

In this lecture, journalist and professor John Capouya, author of the newly published book, Florida Soul, discusses the evolution of rhythm and blues music in black communities and on the ”chitlin’ circuit” in the era of segregation, the vital role soul played in the civil rights movement, and how artists like Sam & Dave, James Brown, Aretha Franklin and Sam Cooke crossed over the racial divide into the mainstream, changing American culture.

Join us for this special 40-minute lecture with author and Professor of Writing and Journalism at the University of Tampa, John Capouya.

This is an audio recording of a lecture. For copyright reasons, the lecture presentation images could not be included in the lecture recording.

In this lecture, journalist and professor John Capouya, author of the newly published book, Florida Soul, discusses the evolution of rhythm and blues music in black communities and on the ”chitlin’ circuit” in the era of segregation, the vital role soul played in the civil rights movement, and how artists like Sam & Dave, James Brown, Aretha Franklin and Sam Cooke crossed over the racial divide into the mainstream, changing American culture.

47 min

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