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Movement Soul Volume II

by Various Artists

This spoken word documentary by producer Mike Anderson showcases seldom acknowledged aspects of the Civil Rights movement beginning in 1939 and extending to the early 1960’s with commentary, news reports, and relative music.
Genre: Spoken Word: Educational
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1. Don't Let Me Be Wrong - Eloise Wilson
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9:12 album only
2. Address To Congress - Mary McLeod Bethune (1939)
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5:42 album only
3. Father, I Stretch Forth My Hands - Reverend C.L. Franklin
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1:49 album only
4. Black Pilots Mission To Italy - William A. Campbell (1943)
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2:31 album only
5. Behold, I Make All Things New - Reverend C.L. Franklin
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0:35 album only
6. Anti-Lynching Bill - Helen Gahagan Douglas (1944)
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3:15 album only
7. Take Your Burdens To the Lord - Joe Townsend
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2:11 album only
8. Blacks Vote In South Carolina - News Report (1948)
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1:29 album only
9. Rough And Rocky Road - The Nightingale Jubilaires
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2:12 album only
10. Josephine Baker Makes Citizen's Arrest - News Report (1951)
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1:03 album only
11. Dewey Philips Clip - Radio Broadcast
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0:59 album only
12. (Book) The Invisible Man - Ralph Ellision
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3:33 album only
13. These New York Neighbors - Babs Gonzales
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2:36 album only
14. Brown V. Board Of Education - Thurgood Marshall
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2:31 album only
15. Sticks And Stones - Sugarchile Robinson
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2:37 album only
16. 1960 Sit-in's, The - George Simkins
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1:51 album only
17. Day Of the Sit-in's, The - Geneva Tisdale
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3:00 album only
18. Recalls Greensboro, North Carolina - George Simkins
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0:57 album only
19. Sit Down Children - The Helen Robinson Youth Choir
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2:14 album only
20. Unknown Preacher - Unknown Preacher
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2:35 album only
21. 1960 Texas Anti-Segregation Demonstration, The - News Report
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2:38 album only
22. Mount Hope Baptist Church Choir, The - The Lord's Prayer
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3:23 album only
23. 1961 Greenwood, Mississippi Voter Registration, The - Bob Moses
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4:45 album only
24. Day Of Registration, The - Fannie Lou Hamer
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25. I'm Determined - The Meditation Singers
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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\"A continuation from the earlier Alan Ribback work, produced by Michael D. Anderson. The CD examines untapped and historically important achievements and tragedies in the lives of a people during the Civil Rights era. This compilation presents facts on events in black history that merit their being acknowledged. Other forth coming volumes will present further historical developments that will remain an important part of American history seen and unseen. Each CD will examine different aspects of the Civil Rights Movement featuring interview footage, press releases, and music heard during the time of each theme. The production of this CD is to encourage people of all races the do more study involving the Civil Rights era and other thematic topics that also address stages of development during this era. It is hoped that people of all races will better understand the on-going struggle of African Americans and the many achievements towards the development of this country which dispel the negative connotations passed down through families for generations.\"-ESP


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