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‘A location for healing and orienting’: OU administration, Native American pupils host dedication of 5 Moons Lounge | News

Two huge speakers, a podium and seats spread out around the South Oval Unity Garden grew to become the placing for a sequence of Native American hymns and prayers Wednesday early morning.

Indigenous American students and school hosted a Wednesday morning commitment of the newly named Five Moons Lounge, an area for Indigenous American college students in Copeland Hall.

The 5 Moons moniker references 5 renowned Indigenous American ballet dancers — Yvonne Chouteau, Rosella Hightower, Moscelyne Larkin, and sisters Maria and Marjorie Tallchief. Chouteau and her partner Miguel Terekhov taught at the OU College of Dance. In accordance to

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As Biden and Xi Start a Watchful Dance, a New American Plan Can take Condition

Mr. Biden’s group guarantees a different method — one that is discovering, for case in point, techniques of organizing Western democracies to attract on American open-source software and European-built switching gear from Nokia and Ericsson to offer a extra safe, Western-designed substitute to Huawei. But putting with each other this kind of mixtures involves a stage of authorities and personal-sector cooperation that is uncommon in peacetime, and can consider years to assemble.

It is much from distinct that other nations will hold off on their buys, in particular as China works by using its leverage — most lately in offering

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Meet the Latin American Labels Who Are “De-Berlinizing” Experimental Electronic Music

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Meet the Latin American Labels Who Are “De-Berlinizing” Experimental Electronic Music

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Richard Villegas

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January 26, 2021

Illustration by Kate Dehler

There’s an old saying that’s particularly prevalent among musicians in the Latin American underground: “No one is a prophet in one’s own country.” It’s an expression of frustration you’ll hear from artists across a wide range of genres, but it crops up most often in experimental circles. Countless electronic acts across the region have grown to a place where they are now telling their stories on the global stage—just look at how labels like NAAFI and

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American Audio Awards Adds Three Latin Types, Matching It With Soul/R&B and Rap/Hip-Hop

The expansion of protection for Latin music in the AMAs is a obvious signal of the genre’s expanding attractiveness and crossover appeal. The AMAs are a ratings-pushed clearly show. If they do one thing, it’s since they think it is what the viewers desires and requires.

A rapid background lesson: Dick Clark established the AMAs in 1973 as a far more viewer-welcoming, populist response to the Grammy Awards. Clark, a canny showman, appeared to be indicating, “Let the Grammys honor classical and jazz and all the other specialised tunes forms. We’ll zero in on the genres that most folks treatment

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