b'African AmericansDewey: 792.8092; 920 African American musiciansBroader Term(s): African Americans Geographic Note: May subdivide geographicallyDancers Dewey: 780.92; 920Use For: Afro-American musiciansAfrican American educators Broader Term(s): Black musiciansGeographic Note: May subdivide geographically MusiciansDewey: 920 Related Term(s): African American musicBroader Term(s): African Americans African American older peopleEducators Geographic Note: May subdivide geographicallyAfrican American folklore Dewey: 305.26Use: African AmericansFolklore Broader Term(s): African AmericansOlder peopleAfrican American History MonthUse: Black History Month African American poetryUse: American poetryAfricanAfrican American inventors American authorsGeographic Note: May subdivide geographicallyDewey: 609.2; 920 African American singersBroader Term(s): African Americans Geographic Note: May subdivide geographicallyInventors Dewey: 920Broader Term(s): African AmericansAfrican American librarians SingersGeographic Note: May subdivide geographicallyDewey: 920 African American songsUse For: Afro-American librarians Use: African American musicBroader Term(s): Black librarians African American suffrageLibrarians Use: African AmericansSuffrageAfrican American literature African American womenUse: American literatureAfrican Geographic Note: May subdivide geographicallyAmerican authors Dewey: 305.48African American men Use For: Afro-American womenGeographic Note: May subdivide geographically Broader Term(s): Black womenDewey: 305.38 WomenUse For: Afro-American men African American youthBroader Term(s): Men Geographic Note: May subdivide geographicallyAfrican American music Dewey: 305.235Geographic Note: May subdivide geographically Broader Term(s): YouthDewey: 780.089 African AmericansScope Note: Use for materials on the music of Geographic Note: May subdivide geographically byAfrican Americans. Materials on the cities, states, or regions of the U.S.music of Blacks not limited to the Dewey: 305.896; 973United States are entered under Scope Note: Use for materials dealingBlack music. collectively with Blacks in theUse For: African American songs; United States. General materials andAfro-AmericansMusic; Songs, materials on Blacks in places otherAfrican American than the United States are enteredBroader Term(s): Black music under Blacks.Music Use For: Afro-Americans; Black Americans;Narrower Term(s):Blues music BlacksUnited States; NegroesGospel music See Also: African Americans in variousHarlem Renaissance occupations and professions, e.g.Rap music African American artists; AfricanRelated Term(s): African American musicians American librarians; etc. [to beSpirituals (Songs)added as needed]Broader Term(s): Blacks17'