MAY 6, 2022
Midnight to 2:00 AM

Title Artist Label Year
Freedom In The Air [excerpt]Bernice Johnson ReagonFolkways Records1997
Free Africa The Twinkle BrothersVirgin Records1979
Why Did They Take Us Away [excerpt]Bernice Johnson ReagonFolkways Records1997
SacrificeGregory IsaacsEarthquake Records1977
soundbite re: how to make a slave read by Simon Loeklenot applicable2005
Declaration Of RightsJohnnie ClarkeJackpot Records1975
brief definition of the term, Rebel Music Rebecca Mylesnot applicable 2011
We've Come A Long Way (To Be Together)Bernice Johnson ReagonFolkways Records1997
Mek Wi TryMorgan Heritage featuring BushmanV.P. Records2005
True Blues The Last PoetsDouglas Records1971
Cry For JusticeLucianoSanctuary Ras Records2005
historical soundbite from 1948Paul Robesonunavailableunavailable
When Will We Be PaidThe Staple SingersStax Records 1969
soundbite re: African Liberation DayMaurice Bishopunavailableunavailable
Get Up, Stand Up [acoustic]Peter ToshJAD Records2001
Babylon SystemBob Marley & The WailersIsland Records1979
soundbite regarding the Civil Rights Act Of 1964President Johnsonunavailableunavailable
War [Live]Sinead O'Connornot applicable1992
Pass ItBambu StationMount Nebo Records2003
soundbite re: the civil war in LiberiaBBC reporter Paul Welchunavailableunavailable
Babylon U.S.A.Elijah EmanuelElijah Records2007
The StruggleLangston Hughesunavailableunavailable
soundbite: excerpt of Frederick Douglas' 4th Of July speechread by Ossie Davisunavailableunavailable
Your Stars And Bars Jolivette Anderson Jaja Records2000
soundbite re: the media making war acceptableunavailableunavailableunavailable
Propaganda WarTaj Weekes & AdowaJatta Records2009
soundbite re: the roots of Black peopleMalcolm Xunavailableunavailable
Where We BelongNasio FontaineHigher Love Records2004
Mama AfricaMidniteRastafaria Records2001
soundbite re: hearing conscious music on the radioIsaac Fergussonnot applicable2011
Last NightOku Onuora & AK7Zola & Zola Records1993
Slave DriverSteelunavailableunavailable
soundbites: Change It, We Want Black Power, Stop Singing And Start Swinging, and I Have A DreamKathleen Cleaver, Stokely Carmichael, Malcolm X, and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.unavailableunavailable

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