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Hallelujah, Im A Traveling - Congress Of Racial Equality - Sit-In Songs: Songs Of The Freedom Riders (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. In the late spring of , a few SNCC workers took part in the Freedom Ride, a courageous argument for the efficacy of non-violent interracial protest. Thirteen people—seven black, six white—boarded a southbound interstate bus in Washington, D.C., to begin an effort planned by the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE).
  2. strengthened. current struggle for racial jus, tijS asked Fulbright to "ex I:i' The' "Christian Social Con: tice.: press to the Greek datibliopyrecubatemitdodileg.coinfoh cerns" report was presented I It continued: I S governments the continuing in-r "In rare instances where le-. w terest and concern of both the 1 'Ii 4r President and Congress with the.
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  4. It was against this backdrop that two interracial groups from the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) boarded Greyhound and Trailways buses bound for the Deep South with the intent of integrating America’s public interstate travel system and procuring service accommodation at .
  5. The Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) proposed a new journey dubbed the “Freedom Ride.” It was to be a symbolic journey through the South to New Orleans; once aboard the bus, the whites would sit in the back and the blacks would make a point of sitting at the front.
  6. Walter White, The Negro and Hollywood: Racial Types in Films Must Please the South, New York Herald Tribune, November 19, , Roy Wilkins Papers, Box 27, Movies and Television, , Manuscript Division, Library of Congress. 60 Bob Richards, Writer Says Clarence Muse Creates Miracle in Hollywood, Chicago Defender, February 10,

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