Tag Archives: Sista To Funky

All Negro Comics: Sugarfoot

All Negro Comics: Sugarfoot

Finally, we’ve been able to source digital copies of Sugarfoot from the ground breaking comic book All Negro Comics circa 1947 from the Digital Comic Museum.

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Get On Up

Get On Up

The Museum Of UnCut Funk loves James Brown more than anyone can imagine!

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SuperFly The Musical

SuperFly The Musical

According to Tommy Mottola of The Mottola Group (the producers) it looks like SuperFly The Musical is finally coming to broadway.

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Missouri State Quarter

Missouri State Quarter

The US minted Missouri Quarter features Lewis and Clark and a third man, York, who was Clark’s slave. This coin is now part of the Museum Of UnCut Funk’s Black Coins and Medals Collection.

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Pump Up The Volume – The History Of House

Pump Up The Volume – The History Of House

Here is a really good documentary on the history of house music, NOT TECHNO, but the real origins of real house music.

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Spike Lee’s Red Hook Summer Trailer

Spike Lee’s Red Hook Summer Trailer

It’s going to be busy summer. Finally some good reasons to go to the theater. Red Hook Summer is on the short list of films that I will be checking out.

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African-Americans On US Coins: Representation & Discovery – Part 1

African-Americans On US Coins: Representation & Discovery – Part 1

Charles Morgan contacted the Museum of UnCut Funk back in July of this year. He informed us of articles that he and Hubert Walker had written for CoinWeek.com on Blacks on coins. CoinWeek.com is an on-line media source for print and video news about rare coins and currency. We are thrilled to have experts like Mr. Morgan and Mr. Walker recognize the Museum of UnCut Funk and our Black coin and medals collection.

Thank you Mr. Morgan and Mr. Walker for giving the Museum of UnCut Funk this great opportunity to reprint your work.

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African-Americans On US Coins: Modern Commemoratives – Part 2

African-Americans On US Coins: Modern Commemoratives – Part 2

This is Part 2 of a 3 part series of articles written by Charles Morgan and Hubert Walker for CoinWeek.com, an on-line media source for print and video rare coin and currency news, reprinted at the Museum Of UnCut Funk with the permission of Mr. Morgan and Mr. Walker.

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African-Americans On US Coins: Circulating Coins – Part 3

African-Americans On US Coins: Circulating Coins – Part 3

The final article of a 3 part series written by Charles Morgan and Hubert Walker for CoinWeek.com, an on-line media source for print and video rare coin and currency news, reprinted at the Museum Of UnCut Funk with the permission of Mr. Morgan and Mr. Walker.

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Torchy Brown

Torchy Brown

Torchy Brown first appeared in the Pittsburgh Courier in the 1937-38 comic strip Dixie to Harlem, drawn by the first Black Female Cartoonist, Jackie Ormes. Torchy Brown was later syndicated around the country until it’s end in 1940.

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