Hip-hop in American culture and its connections with Barack Obama’s presidency set the stage for a thought-provoking panel discussion with experts in race, music, gender studies, pop culture, and politics.
Northeastern will host the 35th Annual John Coltrane Memorial Concert on Saturday night in Blackman Auditorium in celebration of the musical and spiritual legacy of the pioneering jazz saxophonist.
In the seventh edition of recent faculty books, we highlight works about the role of African-American music in American cultural history, the Biblical origins of Jewish sexual identities and the characteristics of successful leaders in the public sector.
U.S. Postal Service unveils stamp honoring baseball’s Negro Leagues, helping cap off Northeastern’s “Shades of Greatness” art exhibit
For Northeastern professors leading school outreach program, playing the compositions of John Coltrane makes for teachable moments, in 4/4 time.
Emmett Price, chair of the African-American studies department and associate professor of music, discusses Michael Jackson’s lasting impact on our culture and his place in music history.
Panelists say proposed White House office is a good first step to making sport more accessible
African-American studies and political science student Jordan Clark says his upcoming White House internship in communications is a dream come true.
Gov. Deval Patrick was an honored guest at the John D. O’Bryant African-American Institute for a performance featuring his late father’s work.
Today, the Northeastern community honored the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. during the annual convocation ceremony. Events included guest speakers and cultural performances.
The John Coltrane Memorial Concert Educational Outreach Program Has Reached More Than 10,000 Students Over the Past 14 Years The John Coltrane Memorial Concert Educational Outreach Program (JCMCEOP) uses music as […]