…just not this one, too explicit though extra fresh…
1739 – Stono (Hutchinson) Rebellion by enslaved Africans from the Kongo Kingdom https://player.pbs.org/b09e8861-7bff-4ff5-8b6f-1eca7dfd07de – The British banned drumming and literacy
Posted as Discussion content in HIST 16 – Fall 2016 by #DrDDClayborne
The African Church
OPTIONAL – TRHE LEGACY OF DENMARK VESEY IS STILL EXISTENT TODAY AND CAN BE SEEN IN THE ARTS, ACADEMICS AND ATHLETICS . In support of this assertion I will share a recent observation, I saw an NFL player that went either to attended Clemson University or the University of South Carolina refer to Demark Vesey as a hero to him…me too!
“Denmark Martin Vessey is an American rapper and record producer from Detroit, Michigan. He is also a member of hip hop duo Crown Nation with Quelle Chris. He was named after Denmark Vesey, leader of a slave revolt planned in 1822 in Charleston, South Carolina; it was interrupted before any actions took place.Wikipedia“
OPTIONAL —- EXPLICIT LYRICS — “BLACK RESISTANCE” PRESENT IN HIS LYRICS
ART IS ART…We process it as we choose yet it does not change where the artist finds motivation, inspiration and articulates it.
3 takeaways from the exploits of Denmark VESEY ?
OPTIONAL) 3 takeaways from hearing Demark VESSEY’S music
Hope explicit lyrics is not too much anyone? Cursing in music is the norm too often these days.
TITLE: ***Denmark Vesey Slave Rebellion (1822) +++ – Related to CH 7 “