By: Kelly Royster
From Divided to United, the musical selection of the early 1960s was segregated based upon race.
African-American musicians of the 1960s faced hardships of being disrespected, neglected, and misunderstood. With the motivation to move forward from artists starting from Stevie Wonder all the way to The Temptations, support came from Motown records founded by Berry Gordy Jr.
Motown records supported the dreams of both the individuals and groups of black musicians.
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