Each One, Teach One – The Song Release Feb. 14th 2017

Each One Teach One is an African-American proverb.

The phrase originated in the United States during slavery, when Africans were denied education, including learning to read. Many if not most enslaved people were kept in a state of ignorance about anything beyond their immediate circumstances which were under control of owners, the law makers and authorities. When an enslaved person learned or was taught to read, it became his duty to teach someone else, spawning the phrase “Each one teach one”

The Copyright and American performance rights are held by Biger Lyon (50%), Carlton Brown (30%) and Hershel Daniels Junior (20%)

For more information or to buy the song for $.99 USD contact: carlton.brown@fauchamber.org

 

 

 

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