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UW Ethnomusicology Archives: In Solidarity

The UW Eth­no­mu­si­col­ogy Archives has been col­lecting and curating unique ethnographic music recordings, films, and video since 1962.

In Solidarity...

The UW Ethnomusicology Program and Archives stand in solidarity with our African American students and other students of color at the University of Washington as well as with our African American colleagues and other colleagues of color—including faculty, staff, and other University of Washington employees. We are committed to making space in academia for historically underrepresented musics, voices, and experiences.

To help make educational resources tackling the issue of racism in the U.S. more visible as well as the work of ethnomusicological scholarship by scholars of color more visible, the Ethnomusicology Program faculty are providing links to the following works. Please note that this short list is not meant to be complete. 




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