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  1. May 12,  · Civil Rights Music: The Soundtracks of the Civil Rights Movement is primarily preoccupied with that liminal, in-between, and often inexplicable place where black popular music and black popular movements meet and merge. Black popular movements are more than merely social and political affairs. Beyond social organization and political activism Price: $
  2. Oct 19,  · The Civil Rights Movement is a collection of the best new scholarship on what is arguably the most important American social movement of the twentieth century. Designed for students, the volume contains twelve essays and supporting primary documents arranged chronologically and by topic with a detailed timeline and further reading lists.
  3. "In Performance at the White House: A Celebration of Music from the Civil Rights Movement" features songs from the Civil Rights Movement performed by top entertainers, as well as readings from.
  4. Oct 26,  · The Civil Rights Movement is a collection of the best scholarship on one of America's most important social movements. Editor Jack Davis expands the usual historical boundaries of the Civil Rights Movement as he follows it from pre-World War II activism to the affirmative action initiatives begun in the s.2/5(1).
  5. A re-issue on vinyl for Free Yourself, the highly sought-after debut album from Washington D.C.-based go-go band Experience Unlimited, originally released on the prestigious Black Fire label. It’s one of a series of re-releases from the label’s archives, with a booklet containing liner notes on the album.
  6. Oct 21,  · “The final major legislative accomplishment of the Civil Rights Movement, this act was preceded by the Civil Rights Act of and the Voting Rights Act of President Lyndon B. Johnson pushed for an “open housing” law several years before, but such a bill seemed to be going nowhere until the assassination of the Martin Luther.
  7. The promise of equality contained in the U.S. Supreme Court's landmark desegregation ruling, Brown v. Board of Education, might have remained little more than a promise were it not for people like Melba Pattillo Beals. At the age of 15, Beals was chosen as one of what would become the "Little Roc.
  8. Jun 24,  · When Billie Holiday premiered "Strange Fruit" in a New York club in , the civil rights movement was just beginning. This song, written by a Jewish schoolteacher named Abel Meeropol, was so controversial that Holiday's record company refused to release it. Luckily, it was picked up by a smaller label and preserved.

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