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Fannie Lou Hamer
Fannie Lou Hamer (American civil rights activist (October 6, 1917 – March 14, 1977))
Fannie Lou Hamer (US-amerikanische Bürgerrechtlerin)
Hamer, Fannie Lou
Hamer, Fanny Lou
Townsend, Fannie Lou
Townsend Hamer, Fannie Lou
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Brooks, Mary Picken
Carawan, Guy (1927)
Houck, Davis W.
Lester, Julius (1939-)
Moses, Robert Parris (1935-...)
Project Muse
Rediscovery Productions
Reed, Dock
Starlight Gospel Singers
Whitten, Jamie L.
All the Pretty Little Horses
Amazing Grace
Certainly Lord
City Called Heaven
Classic African American gospel
coming of the New Year (3 min 07 s)
Congregation: We want more Faith , First I would just like to ask , Congregation: Walk, walk, walk (4 min 43 s)
Contested-election case of Fannie Lou Hamer v. Jamie L. Whitten, from the Second Congressional District of Mississippi, Eighty-ninth Congress.
Dick Gregory, Mr. Medgar Evers (10 min)
Fannie Lou Hamer, 1917-1977 papers, 1966-1978.
For the first time (1 min 37 s)
For us, the events , It is something , Congregation : Ain't no danger , Since I went down , Congregation : Oh, Keep your eyes on the fire (3 min 58 s)
Go Tell It on the Mountain
I'm a citizen of Greenwood , This is Clarence Jordan (3 min 57 s)
I'm Going Down to the River of Jordan
I'm Gonna Land on the Shore
If you can imagine it, Congregation : Let it Shine-- (2 min 45 s)
Jesus Is My Only Friend
Keep Your Lamps Trimmed and Burning
Mass Meeting Speech
Mass Meetings
Mississippi Black history makers, c1977:
Never turn back-- the life of Fannie Lou Hamer
NUCMC data from Amistad Research Center for Hamer, F.L. Papers, 1966-1978
Oh Lord, You Know Just How I Feel
On Being a Sharecropper
Pick a Bale of Cotton
Precious Lord
Run Mourner, Run
second stage (3 min 38 s)
Songs My Mother Taught Me
speeches of Fannie Lou Hamer, The : to tell it like it is
Speeches. Selections
story of Greenwood, Mississippi [Enregistrement sonore]
story of Greenwood, Mississippi recorded and produced by Guy Carawan fort he student non violent coordinationg comittee (SNCC)
This little light of mine
To praise our bridges, 1967:
To praise our bridges : an autobiography
Wade in the Water
Walk With Me, Lord
We worked all of March , Congregation : Get On Board , We sang , I Never though that Greenwood , We left City Hall (5 min 08 s)
Woke up This Morning
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Classic African American Gospel
Get on Board
Voices of the Civil Rights Movement