Let freedom sing: how music inspired the civil rights movement

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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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Grouping Title let freedom sing how music inspired the civil rights movement
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auth_author2 Escott, Colin,, Goodman, Jon, 1952 August 20-, Gossett, Louis, Jr., 1936-, Hannah, Charles,, Shwarzstein, Meyer,
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display_description One of the most powerful movements in American history is told through the singers and songwriters who fought for change with their music. Highlights include the influence of WDIA radio in Memphis and the influence of Harry Belafonte, Phil Ochs and other performers.
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subject_facet African 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_display Let freedom sing : how music inspired the civil rights movement
title_full Let 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_short Let freedom sing :
title_sub how music inspired the civil rights movement
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