Freedom Songs: The Music of Black History

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Anacostia Community Library (Ora Glover Meeting Room)

1800 Good Hope Road, SE

Washington, DC `20020

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The compelling story of the role that music played in the history of African-Americans. From the work songs of slavery and hymns of the Underground Railroad, to the blues of Beale Street and anthems of the Civil Rights Movement, the role Music played in the Civil Rights Movement is the story of America. In this forty-five minute presentation woven together by narrative and song, audiences get a peek in on the role music played during this pivotal time in America's history.

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Anacostia Community Library (Ora Glover Meeting Room)

1800 Good Hope Road, SE

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