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Jessica Reynolds’s New Book ‘Where the Dandelions Meet the Sea’ is a Stirring Narrative on the Power of Friendship and Forgiveness to Overcome Bullying

TROY, Maine - October 24, 2022 - (Newswire.com)

Fulton Books author Jessica Reynolds, who enjoys spending time with her daughters and husband, as well as camping, canning, and the ocean, has completed her most recent book "Where the Dandelions Meet the Sea": a poignant tale that follows one woman who stays true to herself and her intentions despite the bullying she receives from others.

Blair, a young woman who lives by the sea, spends her days collecting dandelions to create healing balms to help people. Although she has a kind heart and aims to heal those in need, Blair is met with bullying and rudeness by people who think her balms are a waste of time and don't amount to much. But when a snowstorm comes, Blair is the only one able to provide medicine to the sick, changing people's views on her work.

Published by Fulton Books, Jessica Reynolds's book is a powerful exploration of how bullying can affect others, and the ways in which one can overcome the negativity of others. Brimming with vibrant illustrations and a vital message, readers of all ages will connect with "Where the Dandelions Meet the Sea" and be captivated by its beautiful story.

Readers who wish to experience this inspiring work can purchase "Where the Dandelions Meet the Sea" at select bookstores, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes & Noble.

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National Museum of African American Music Hosts a Yearlong Celebration of Hip Hop’s 50th Anniversary Through the Lens of Industry Photographers

Four photographers with 40+ years of music industry experience to be featured in yearlong exhibit

The National Museum of African American Music (NMAAM) is joining in the celebration of the 50th anniversary of Hip Hop. The museum opened its yearlong exhibit, This is Hip Hop, on Thursday, Jan. 19. NMAAM'S Features Gallery will exhibit iconic captures of Hip Hop's origins and cultural impact through the lenses of four legendary artists. During the celebration, the museum curated and spotlighted the history and development of Hip Hop and the genre's most iconic performers. Learn more at www.nmaam.org

Over a half-century ago, DJ Kool Herc birthed the style and culture we now call Hip Hop when he accidentally played the first breakbeat at a house party in the Bronx, NY. Since then, Hip Hop has influenced social justice movements, infinite genres of music, fashion, art, and culture, and topped music charts all over the world. The entire Hip Hop culture will be honored and celebrated internationally throughout the year. Your favorite DJs, MCs, break-dancers, beatboxers, and other legendary artists will showcase at events such as concerts, tours, battles, tournaments, and exhibits to make this year's golden anniversary of Hip Hop culture the most amazing one yet. 

NMAAM's This is Hip Hop exhibit will showcase the work of four notable documentarians, representing the U.S.'s four major regions (Midwest, West, East, and South). Hip Hop enthusiasts will experience some of the most memorable moments and iconic performances in Hip Hop history through each photographer's unique experience. Visitors will witness the extraordinary photography of Chicago-native Raymond Boyd (Midwest), whose in-depth interpretations were created especially for the This Is Hip Hop display; Traci Bartlow (West Coast), whose 90s Bay Area Hip Hop photos were featured in Oakland Museums; Andre Leroy Davis (East Coast), an artist renowned for his must-see illustrations that satirize and comment on current events and culture; and the South's very own Shannon McCullum, a self-taught photographer from Atlanta with more than 25 years of experience in the music industry. These documentarians have been featured in record labels, museums, and national music and culture magazines like Source Magazine.

NMAAM kicked off its yearlong celebration with a conversation with featured photographer Raymond Boyd at This is Hip Hop's opening reception. It was led by Nashville's radio personality and host of the Kenny Smoov Morning Show, Kenny Smoov of 92Q. Boyd rose to prominence in the early 1980s for his black-and-white pictures of iconic Hip Hop performers visiting the Midwest. His photography has appeared in several publications and galleries all over the world. 

The museum's mission to amplify the music and culture of America's roots continues to be the home "Where Legends Live Forever."

ABOUT NATIONAL MUSEUM OF AFRICAN AMERICAN MUSIC

NMAAM is the only museum dedicated to preserving and celebrating the many music genres created, influenced, and inspired by African Americans. The museum's expertly curated collections share the story of the American soundtrack by integrating history and interactive technology to bring the musical heroes of the past into the present. The National Museum of African American Music is the premier global destination for music lovers of all generations and inspires, educates, and transforms your appreciation of American music. NMAAM's mission is to educate the world, preserve the legacy, and celebrate the central role African Americans play in creating the American soundtrack. NMAAM was born out of a proposal from the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce in 2002, as a way to celebrate and preserve African Americans' influence on music and provide residents and visitors with diverse cultural offerings. The National Museum of African American Music broke ground in early 2017 and officially opened in 2021. Since its opening, NMAAM has welcomed guests from across the U.S. and is one of Music City's top must-see tourist destinations.

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