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The nouveau swing of Donald Harrison Jr., Big Chief and NEA Jazz Master

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Stanley Clarke – The Virtuoso Bass Doubler is now an NEA Jazz Master

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Jabali, Drummer Billy Hart – Master Teacher, Forever Student, and NEA Jazz Master

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Cassandra Wilson: Subtle singer, subversive songwriter and 2022 NEA Jazz Master

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Album Review: Centavrvs Claim Musical Unity In 'Somos Uno'

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Jorge Drexler Makes Us Dance and Think On 'Salvavidas De Hielo'

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The United States said on October 12, 2017 that it was pulling out of the UN's culture and education body, accusing it of "anti-Israel bias" in a move that underlines Washington's drift away from international institutions. Jacques Demarthon/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Trump Plans to Pull The U.S. Out Of The Cultural Arm Of The U.N.

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Writer Gabby Rivera Is A True Superhero

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