Tyree Boyd-Pates

California African American Museum

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History curator and program manager at the California African American Museum.

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LA has been an epicenter of gospel since the establishment of First A.M.E. church by a former slave in 1872, through the Golden Age of Gospel, to today.

The long history of LA's vibrant gospel scene

LA has been an epicenter of gospel since the establishment of First A.M.E. church by a former slave in 1872, through the Golden Age of Gospel, to today.

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