In response to every person in charge of African-American liturgy in the entire United States, most of whom still persist in seeing any sort of traditional liturgy as eurocentric, racist, and not for black people. Remember guys, real black people are suppossed to use gospel music and have services conducted in the style of protestant hymn sandwiches. If you're not doing that, then obviously you're racist/eurocentric/self-loathing/mistaken and need to be re-educated on why you need to be singing Tye Tribbet and not the Missa Orbis Factor.
Or at least, that's what the USCCB says*.
*I wish this were a joke. Please see: "Plenty Good Room", a book put out by the USCCB.