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Episode 247: Hoes of History: Miriam Makeba

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Miriam Makeba is a legendary icon who left an indelible mark on the world of music, civil rights, and African culture. She's known as "Mama Africa." Miriam comes from very humble beginnings. Her mom actually went to jail shortly after she was born due to making illegal beer. Miriam literally started off her life in jail. Thankfully, as a child she quickly discovered her mesmerizing voice and began her musical journey.

She debuted with the famous Manhattan Brothers and grew her career to groundbreaking international success with "Pata Pata" and "The Click Song. " She would blend traditional African melodies with elements of jazz, soul, and folk music. Her music is heard today on commercials, TikToks, and even that trendy Bill Hader dancing Instagram reel.

But Miriam Makeba was more than just a remarkable singer; she was a fearless advocate for social justice. As apartheid tightened its grip on South Africa, Miriam used her fame as a platform to speak out against the injustice and racial discrimination faced by her people. She played a pivotal role in raising awareness about the apartheid regime on the global stage, bringing the struggles of South Africans to the attention of the world.

She was exiled from South Africa, but spent years as a global ambassador for the anti-apartheid movement while in the United States. She collaborated with activists like Harry Belafonte and met influential figures like President John F. Kennedy, all while using her music to champion the cause of freedom and equality.

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Miriam Makeba is a legendary icon who left an indelible mark on the world of music, civil rights, and African culture. She's known as "Mama Africa." Miriam comes from very humble beginnings. Her mom actually went to jail shortly after she was born due to making illegal beer. Miriam literally started off her life in jail. Thankfully, as a child she quickly discovered her mesmerizing voice and began her musical journey.

She debuted with the famous Manhattan Brothers and grew her career to groundbreaking international success with "Pata Pata" and "The Click Song. " She would blend traditional African melodies with elements of jazz, soul, and folk music. Her music is heard today on commercials, TikToks, and even that trendy Bill Hader dancing Instagram reel.

But Miriam Makeba was more than just a remarkable singer; she was a fearless advocate for social justice. As apartheid tightened its grip on South Africa, Miriam used her fame as a platform to speak out against the injustice and racial discrimination faced by her people. She played a pivotal role in raising awareness about the apartheid regime on the global stage, bringing the struggles of South Africans to the attention of the world.

She was exiled from South Africa, but spent years as a global ambassador for the anti-apartheid movement while in the United States. She collaborated with activists like Harry Belafonte and met influential figures like President John F. Kennedy, all while using her music to champion the cause of freedom and equality.

Get your Homance apparel: etsy.com/shop/nicolebonneville

Follow us on IG: @homance_chronicles

Connect with us: linktr.ee/homance

Send us a Hoe of History request: homancepodcast@gmail.com

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