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Published on Oct 6, 2011
"What first came to mind was Duke Ellington telling me long ago that in the 1920s, he went to Fletcher Henderson and said, "Why don't we drop the word 'jazz' and call what we're doing 'Negro music'? Then there won't be any confusion." --Nat Hentoff Since the 1960s, writer and producer Nat Hentoff has confronted the question "Is jazz black music.' He discusses the issue in a 2008 conversation with Dr. Lewis Porter and musician Don Byron.