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110 2_ $aStudent Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (U.S.).$b50th Anniversary Conference$d(2010 :$cRaleigh, N.C.)
245 10 $aSNCC 50th Anniversary Conference.$nVolume 38,$pClosing program :$bBernice Johnson Reagon, "solidarity of past, present and future".
246 3_ $aClosing program :$bBernice Johnson Reagon, "solidarity of past, present and future"
260    $aSan Francisco, CA :$bCalifornia Newsreel,$c2011.
264 _1 $aSan Francisco, CA :$bCalifornia Newsreel,$c2011.
300    $a1 online resource (88 min.).
336    $atwo-dimensional moving image$btdi$2rdacontent
337    $acomputer$bc$2rdamedia
338    $aonline resource$bcr$2rdacarrier
344    $adigital
347    $avideo file
490 0_ $aSNCC legacy video ;$v38
490 0_ $aBlack studies in video
500    $aTitle from resource description page (viewed Mar. 20, 2013).
520    $aSNCC 50th Anniversary Conference Volume 38 - Closing Program: Bernice Johnson Reagon, "Solidarity of Past, Present and Future" FEATURED SPEAKER: Dr. Bernice Johnson Reagon "What you hear in Bernice's songs is the essence of struggle," says Judy Richardson introducing Dr. Bernice Johnson Reagon. And Reagon declares that "I am standing on ground plowed by people before I came into being." She describes her deep involvement with the freedom struggle in Albany, Georgia. A noted scholar of Black music, she says that the spirituals, often thought of as old people's music, "leaped into service in jail cells in the 1960s." The cultural history of Black people has always reflected what Black people expect from life on earth. Her presentation in song and spoken word outlines the history expressed by Black spiritual music and how it connects to contemporary struggle. "You will not be able to get through your life if you dismiss the ground you're standing on."
521    $aFor College; Adult audiences.
530    $aPreviously released as DVD.
546    $aThis edition in English.
610 20 $aStudent Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (U.S.)
650 _0 $aAfrican American women civil rights workers$vBiography.
650 _0 $aAfrican Americans$xCivil rights$vSongs and music.
650 _0 $aAfrican Americans$xMusic$xSocial aspects.
650 _0 $aCivil right movements$zUnited States$vSongs and music.
650 _0 $aPolitical ballads and songs$zUnited States.
650 _0 $aProtest songs$zUnited States.
650 _0 $aSpirituals (Songs)$zSouthern States$xHistory.
650 _0 $aSpirituals (Songs)$zUnited States$xHistory.
655 _7 $aInternet videos.$2lcgft
655 _7 $aNonfiction films$2lcgft
730 0_ $aBlack studies in video.
700 1_ $aBrown, Natalie Bullock.$4pro
700 1_ $aReagon, Bernice Johnson,$d1942-$4cmp$4spk
700 1_ $aRichardson, Judy,$d1944-$4spk
710 2_ $aAlexander Street Press,$edistributor.
710 2_ $aAscension Productions.$4pro
710 2_ $aSNCC Legacy Project, Inc.$4spn
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MMS IDs

Document ID: 9910143207502121
Network Electronic IDs: 9910143207502121
Network Physical IDs:
mms_mad_ids: 9993819513602122
mms_ml_ids: 991012630925902124
mms_plt_ids: 991013549596402128