Ban on jazz music and dance in New Orleans schools reversed after 100 years

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In 1922, the Orleans Parish School Board abolished jazz music and jazz dance in public schools. The rule has been ignored for the past 100 years, but now the school board has recognized the importance of officially removing it from the system and has voted to reverse the policy, 100 years to the day after it was adopted.


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Henry R. Wright