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Everybody says freedom / [electronic resource] Pete Seeger, Bob Reiser ; including many songs collected by Guy and Candie Carawan.

By: Seeger, Pete, 1919-.
Contributor(s): Reiser, Bob | Carawan, Guy | Carawan, Candie.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York : Norton, c1989Edition: 1st ed.Description: xix, 266 p. : ill., music ; 26 cm.ISBN: 0393026469 :; 9780393026467; 0393306046 (pbk); 9780393306040 (pbk).Subject(s): African Americans -- Civil rights -- Songs and music -- History and criticism | African Americans -- Civil rights -- Songs and music | United States Black persons Civil rights movements, history | Noirs -- États-Unis | Droits civils et politiques -- États-Unis | Noirs américains | Geschichte | Bürgerrechtsbewegung | USADDC classification: 784.6/83234/0973 Online resources: Free eBook from the Internet Archive | Additional information and access via Open Library
Contents:
Guide my feet while I run this race -- We shall overcome -- We are moving on to vict'ry -- Walk together children -- We are soldiers in the army -- I'm gonna sit at the welcome table -- Everybody says freedom -- I love everybody -- Dog, dog -- I'm on my way -- Hallelujah, I'm a-traveling -- Which side are you on? -- If you miss me at the back of the bus -- Ain't gonna let nobody turn me 'round -- Over my head I see freedom in the air -- We'll never turn back -- Demonstrating G.I. -- Ninety-nine and a half won't do -- Keep your eyes on the prize -- Ain't a-scared of your jail -- Birmingham Sunday -- Carry it on -- Come by here -- Been down into the South -- Mississippi goddam -- Oh freedom -- Michael row the boat ashore -- Freedom is a constant struggle -- Woke up this morning -- Do what the spirit say do -- This may be the last time -- Oh Wallace -- Right! Right! -- Burn, baby, burn -- The movement's moving on -- Uncle Tom's prayer -- Ev'rybody's got a right to live -- This little light of mine -- Jacob's ladder.
Summary: A history of the civil rights movement in songs and pictures.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 257-258) and index.

Guide my feet while I run this race -- We shall overcome -- We are moving on to vict'ry -- Walk together children -- We are soldiers in the army -- I'm gonna sit at the welcome table -- Everybody says freedom -- I love everybody -- Dog, dog -- I'm on my way -- Hallelujah, I'm a-traveling -- Which side are you on? -- If you miss me at the back of the bus -- Ain't gonna let nobody turn me 'round -- Over my head I see freedom in the air -- We'll never turn back -- Demonstrating G.I. -- Ninety-nine and a half won't do -- Keep your eyes on the prize -- Ain't a-scared of your jail -- Birmingham Sunday -- Carry it on -- Come by here -- Been down into the South -- Mississippi goddam -- Oh freedom -- Michael row the boat ashore -- Freedom is a constant struggle -- Woke up this morning -- Do what the spirit say do -- This may be the last time -- Oh Wallace -- Right! Right! -- Burn, baby, burn -- The movement's moving on -- Uncle Tom's prayer -- Ev'rybody's got a right to live -- This little light of mine -- Jacob's ladder.

A history of the civil rights movement in songs and pictures.

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Everybody says freedom / by Seeger, Pete, ©1989
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