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Deadline June 10: Apply For The Rihanna Global Scholarship Program for residents of Barbados, Brazil, Cuba, Haiti, Guyana, Jamaica, or the USA

  Grammy-winning singer and songwriter has announced a global scholarship program through her Clara Lionel Foundation (CLF), which will award scholarships to international and U.S. students going to college in the U.S. In the video below, Rihanna shares her vision … Continue reading

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Victor Wooten: Music as a Language

Source: TED-ED: Lessons Worth Sharing Music is a powerful communication tool–it causes us to laugh, cry, think and question. Bassist and five-time Grammy winner, Victor Wooten, asks us to approach music the same way we learn verbal language–by embracing mistakes … Continue reading

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Amy Winehouse: Angel Song

Amy Winehouse: Angel Song The day Amy Winehouse passed away, I wrote a blog post in which I simply tried to let Amy tell her story, in her own words, through the many recorded interviews she left behind, primarily on … Continue reading

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Positivity Personified: Sounds of Blackness Sings “She Is Love” & “Optimistic”

The “Sounds of Blackness” is the best group you never heard of. Before today, that is. “Sounds of Blackness” is the most positive group, singing message music, that I ever heard of. Period. So, once again, I submit my judgement … Continue reading

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