In the 1920s, jazz: was popular among black southerners but failed to gain acceptance among white northerners.

In the 1920s, jazz: was popular among black southerners but failed to gain acceptance among white northerners. represented a synthesis of African American music forms such as ragtime and the blues. expressed, among other things, black Americans’ desire to assimilate with the white population. was rarely recorded or performed publicly because of discriminatory laws against African Americans. select the correct statement.