Panel Session 2. "The Politics of Rock : Race, Class, Gender, Generation"

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Main contributors
Mitchell, Moe; Tamar-kali; Tate, Greg; Tillery, Linda; Garofalo, Reebee
This panel explores the role of race, class, gender, and generation in shaping the multiple identities of participants in rock, as well as the ways that African American rock musicians have negotiated these identities within the context of the music industry, mainstream society, and African American communities. Video files consist of 29 sec. calibration pattern (not included here) and 115 minutes of footage from main camera and two files totaling 115 minutes of simultaneously recorded footage from side camera. One of the four video files is only 2 seconds long and does not contain any useable content (not included here).
Indiana University, Radio and Television Services; Sewald, Ronda L.
Archives of African American Music and Culture
Bloomington; Indiana; United States
Reclaiming the Right to Rock: Black Experiences in Rock Music
Archives of African American Music and Culture
Terms of Use
All requests for copying and publishing materials must be submitted in writing to the Archives of African American Music and Culture. Some publication requests may also require the written permission of the interviewer, interviewees, and/or performers.
Physical Description
2 video files (mov, 3 hr., 49 min., 16 sec.) : sound, color ; 60.6 GB + 1 transcript (33 pages), 38 digital photographs (color)
Other Identifiers
Other: DVF 1050; Other: DVF 1052

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