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playlist - The March on Washington 50th Anniversary

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Commemorating The March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, August 28, 1963 (50th Anniversary)

Artist ~ Song ~ Album

  • The Persuasions ~ Good Old A Cappella ~ We Still Ain't Got No Band
  • Mavis Staples ~ We Shall Not Be Moved ~ We'll Never Turn Back
  • The Moses Hogan Singers ~ Didn't My Lord Deliver Daniel ~ The Moses Hogan Choral Series 2002
  • Sweet Honey In the Rock & James Horner ~ Woke Up This Morning With My Mind Stayed On Freedom ~ Freedom Song (original motion picture soundtrack)
  • Street Sounds ~ Dream Variations ~ Street Sounds
  • Stanford University's Talisman A Cappella ~ Something Within Me ~ No Murmur, No Zealots
  • The Flirtations ~ Something Inside So Strong ~ The Flirtations
  • Tiffin University's Up In The Air ~ Inner City Blues ~ Volume - Two
  • Albert McNeil Jubilee Singers ~ Siyahamba' ekukhanyen' kwenkhoc (We are marching in the light of God) ~ The Best of Jubilee Volume 1
  • Bobby McFerrin ~ I Shall Be Released ~ SpiritYouAll
  • Linda Tillery & The Cultural Heritage Choir ~ Spirituals Medley ~ Front Porch Music
  • Johns Island singers ~ You Got To Move ~ Been In the Storm So Long: A Collection of Spirituals, Folk Tales and Children's Games from Johns Island, SC
  • The Zion Harmonizers ~ Lift Every Voice And Sing ~ Best of New Orleans Gospel: The Zion Harmonizers
  • Ladysmith Black Mambazo ~ Bavimb'indlela (The Stumbling Block) ~ Journey of Dreams
  • Chanticleer ~ I've Been 'Buked ~ Where The Sun Will Never Go Down
  • The Staple Singers ~ Freedom Highway ~Freedom Highway
  • Mass Meeting, Hattiesburg, MS ~ We Shall Overcome ~ Voices of the Civil Rights Movement: Black American Freedom Songs 1960-1966


Learn more about the 1963 March on Washington:

Congress of Racial Equality

History.com

The King Institute


On some positions, Cowardice asks the question, "Is it safe?" Expediency asks the question, "Is it politic?" And Vanity comes along and asks the question, "Is it popular?" But Conscience asks the question "Is it right?" And there comes a time when one must take a position that is neither safe, nor politic, nor popular, but he must do it because Conscience tells him it is right.

~ Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

March on Washington display at Christ Church Cathedral
 


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