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MUK students treated to African American history musical

By Ivan Kabuye

Added 8th February 2020 09:23 PM

The concert that was organized under the theme: 'Freedom’s sound truck' to mark the black history month featured music spanning three centuries reflecting the African American experience in the US from slavery, through the civil rights era to present day.

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The concert that was organized under the theme: 'Freedom’s sound truck' to mark the black history month featured music spanning three centuries reflecting the African American experience in the US from slavery, through the civil rights era to present day.

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KAMPALA - Makerere University students Friday night gathered at Freedom Square to enjoy a musical experience in honour of the black history month.

The concert that was organized under the theme: 'Freedom’s sound truck' to mark the black history month featured music spanning three centuries reflecting the African American experience in the US from slavery, through the civil rights era to present day.

 
Artists such as Rema Namakula, Sheebah Karungi, Navio, Sauti Ya Soul and Janzi Band together with students of Makerere performing arts, performed songs that African Americans used to sing during slavery that included Go Down Moses, Steal Away, and Glory, among others
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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