SOURCE: New York Times
The author reflects on the experience of collecting oral history interviews from Black Brooklynites. The way her respondents understood death offers insight into the communal impacts of the COVID pandemic.
Credited with bringing Gospel music to the mainstream, the five Clark sisters overcame humble beginnings in Detroit to achieve international fame as icons of the Gospel music industry.
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