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Civil rights movement in popular culture

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The history of the 1954 to 1968 American civil rights movement has been depicted and documented in film, song, theater, television, and the visual arts. These presentations add to and maintain cultural awareness and understanding of the goals, tactics, and accomplishments of the people who organized and participated in this nonviolent movement.

Film

Documentaries

Dramatizations

Television

Music

Theater

Graphic non-fiction

Art

Rosa Parks by Eugene Daub (2013), in National Statuary Hall, United States Capitol
Rosa Parks by Eugene Daub (2013), in National Statuary Hall, United States Capitol

See also

References

  1. ^ "Brother Outsider — Home". Retrieved 8 October 2016.
  2. ^ "Mother of Muses | The Official Bob Dylan Site". www.bobdylan.com. Retrieved 2021-05-01.

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