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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


Ten thousand fools proclaim themselves into obscurity, while one wise man forgets himself into immortality.

~ Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

March on Washington display at Christ Church Cathedral
 


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