The music of the Civil Rights movement is among the most recognized in American history. Erik Wallenberg examines the specific role it played in the movement's early days.
On the evening of December 5, 1955, the black community in Montgomery Alabama gathered in the Holt Street Baptist Church to take stock of the first day of their bus boycott. Members of the Women’s Political Council and the Montgomery Improvement Association gathered and heard for the first time…Continue
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