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Women Who Rock

From the beginning, women have always been a part of the rock and roll story. From the early gospel and blues singers to the first rock stars to modern hip-hop and pop divas and more, women have been and are key players in rock.

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"War... what is it good for?"

Use this collection to explore with students how artists of different eras, music styles, and locations around the planet used their songwriting and performances to bring awareness and calls for peace to the masses.

Ask students to articulate their answer to Motown’s question about war and “what is it good for?”

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Hip-Hop At 50

Not since the early days of rock & roll has an African American-driven cultural art form taken such a strong hold on mainstream American society as hip-hop. Use this collection to explore some of the top hip-hop names and Rock Hall Inductees over the style’s first 50 years! These stories are powerful, honest, and inspiring.

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This collection highlights the electric guitar, one of the most influential instruments throughout the history of rock & roll. Students can watch the video about the electric guitar to learn about how it works and what its role is in rock music, and listen to playlists from guitarists who have made the sound distinct across decades.

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Protest music in rock & roll is a tool to call for political and social change. As a form of activism, protest music inspires and unites people to take initiative against oppression.


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The month of May celebrates Asian American and Pacific Islander heritage. This covers an enormous, varied umbrella of cultures, traditions, and sounds spanning from the Pacific Islands, Southeast Asia, East Asia, and into the Middle East.

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