Sunday, July 5, 2020

Music of the Civil Rights Movement

Bob Dylan performs at August 28, 1963, 
March on Washington at Lincoln Memorial.
How Many Times? Seriously.

Peter Paul and Mary, Blowing in the Wind 

Blowing In The Wind (Live On TV, March 1963)

How I Got Over 

"How I Got Over" - Mahalia Jackson

 If I Had A Hammer 

Trini Lopez If I had a hammer (1963) at UCLA

The Byrds - Turn! Turn! Turn!

Earth Wind & Fire - Where Have All The Flowers Gone   

Strange Fruit 

He's Got The Whole World In His Hands 

Marian Anderson on Producer's Showcase Vol. 1 ( 

All My Trials, Lord, Soon Be Over

We Shall Overcome 

Joan Baez - "We Shall Overcome" - ORIGINAL '63 issue 

The Wales Window for Alabama, created by artist John Petts, was a gift to the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church from the people of Wales, U.K., after the 1963 bombing. The Christ figure is rejecting injustice with one hand and extends forgiveness with the other. (Photo by Wendy McFadden)


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