attached below are the assignment instructions and here are some references Re

attached below are the assignment instructions
and here are some references
The use of freedom songs during the civil rights movement. Connecting the masses together with song and delivering unity message and the impacts it had in the midst of danger ( 1963 Mississippi )
This is an academic source from Stanford University, speaking on the songs of the civil rights movement. The songs played on the freedom rides.
This is an academic source from the Library of Congress, explaining the importance music played in the civil rights movement.
Civil Rights Music: The Soundtrack of the Civil Rights Movement
By Reiland Rabaka · 2016
This book speaks on the songs that made the civil rights movement and has major impacts. Focusing on African American “movement music”, and covering genres like gospel, freedom songs, rhythm and blues and rock and roll. The emerging of music and political movements.
Nothing But Love in God’s Water
Volume 1: Black Sacred Music from the Civil War to the Civil Rights Movement
By Robert Darden · 2014
Learning about the songs and singers that helped African American overcome the challenges of American living for people of color and gave them a voice for the world to hear. Interview sources.
Talks about the segregated south and the actions of certain performers in the time of civil rights that made a difference. Learning about soul music
The use of music as a motivating force for the movement and used to fuel the movement. A collection of many related videos and images. Important moments like billie holiday singing strange fruit and being bands by the CIA
Songs from the civil rights, how we shall overcome became the anthem of the movement, 1946 songs coming from tobacco workers as they were working in the fields. Changing the lyrics from I shall over come into we shall over come.
A list of important songs from the movement , the live performances during Martin Luther King’s ‘I have A Dream’ speech. How music was embedded in the movement. Inserts from MLK about music. Motown Records and the Civil Rights Movement.
“People Get Ready”: Music and the Civil Rights Movement of the 1950s and 1960s | AP US History Study Guide from The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American HistoryFew sights or sounds conjure up the passion and purposefulness of the Southern Civil Rights Movement as powerfully as the freedom songs that provided…
This article peggy backs and confirms a lot of my other articles on the story of the song we shall over come. Also major moments of oppression the stir the movement , focusing on the 1950 and 1960s