Let Freedom Sing: How Music Inspired Civil Rights
Louis Gossett Jr., Paul Breines, Catherine Brooks, Ruth Brown, Jerry Butler, Louis Cantor. The pain of the African American community during the early Civil Rights era was best expressed through the music of a few bold and daring musicians. Their music spoke volumes about the chaos and injustice of the times, but also carried the message of hope that freedom would indeed sing for the masses. 2009/color/102 min/NR/fullscreen.
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