Let freedom sing: how music inspired the civil rights movement

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Time Life :
Pub. Date:
2009.
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English
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Examines how popular song shaped and informed the movement for racial equality, from Billie Holiday to Public Enemy.
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auth_author2Escott, Colin,
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Hannah, Charles,
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Time-Life Productions.
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subject_facetAfrican Americans -- Civil rights -- History -- 20th century
Civil rights movements -- United States -- Songs and music
Musicians -- Interviews
Protest songs
Segregation -- Songs and music
Singers -- Interviews
WDIA (Radio station : Memphis, Tenn.)
title_displayLet freedom sing : how music inspired the civil rights movement
title_fullLet freedom sing : how music inspired the civil rights movement / presented by Time Life ; presented by TV One ; a Brainstorm Media production in association with Rhythm Mass Productions ; directed by Jon Goodman ; written by Jon Goodman and Colin Escott ; produced by Charles Hannah and Meyer Shwarzstein
title_shortLet freedom sing
title_subhow music inspired the civil rights movement
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