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Jenzia Burgos

Jenzia Burgos is a Puerto Rican-Dominican critic and archivist from the South Bronx, NY. Her writing about music and popular culture has appeared in Pitchfork, TIDAL, and Remezcla, among others. Jenzia is also the founder of The Black Music History Library, a digital collection of materials about the Black origins of popular music, which has been featured in The New York Times and Jezebel. You can find her with her headphones on and digging in the stacks—or on social media at @jenziaburgos.

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