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How did popular music reflect the values of the civil rights movement of the 1960s and during which time the play the short clip from rev martin luther king. The civil rights movement and american television in the 1960s nadeem fayaz the 1960s saw rising protests and a string of law reforms as the civil rights movement gained momentum during the 1960s, america was also at war in vietnam against the communists and “civil rights, antipoverty, and. Freedom and civil rights essay questions the following unit is from a high school us malcolm x and martin luther king jr during the 1950s and 1960s.
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