SOURCE: Tribune Magazine
by Chardine Taylor-Stone
"On the anniversary of her death, we can look at how the story of Simone’s political life is told, and who is telling it; at what they choose to include, and what they do in fact ‘erase’."
SOURCE: American Songwriter
Performed with love and sorrow by Nina Simone only days after the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., it sadly resonates today as much as ever.
by Bruce Chadwick
Little Girl Blue drew an engrossing portrait of entertainment history in that era and showed the discrimination African Americans faced.
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