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Sing Out for Justice—American Music

Lecture no. 22 from the course: Experiencing America: A Smithsonian Tour through American History

Sing Out for Justice—American Music

Taught by Professor Richard Kurin | 33 min | Categories: The Great Courses Plus Online History Courses

Americans have always blended politics and song. Trace the rise of three great voices in this tradition: Marian Anderson, Woody Guthrie, and Bob Dylan. Among other touchstones of their era, see the mink coat that Anderson wore at a celebrated concert on the National Mall in 1939.


April 26, 2017