Over the past 50 years, Jazz music has become entrenched in academic institutions. As a result, it’s often inaccessible to, and disconnected from, many of the very people who created it: young Black Americans. This article looks at ways in which educational institutions can work with grass-roots community organizations to make the music more accessible and connected to the communities where the music has historically grown.
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