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|Title:||Photograph of mass meeting, Fisk University, Nashville, Tennessee, with Guy Carawan leading song on guitar, 1960 April 21|
|Date:||1960 Apr. 21|
A photograph of members of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee and Guy Carawan of the Highlander Folk School at a mass meeting at Fisk University, Nashville, Tennessee, April 21, 1960, following the bombing of attorney Z. Alexander Looby's home. Guy Carawan is credited with teaching many of the Nashville student leaders the song "We Shall Overcome."
|Subjects:||Carawan, Guy | Lewis, John, 1940 Feb. 21- | Alexander, Peggy | Walker, Matthew | Looby, Z. Alexander (Zephaniah Alexander), 1899- | Fisk University | Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (U.S.) | Highlander Folk School (Monteagle, Tenn.) | Folk music--United States | Protest songs--Tennessee--Nashville | African Americans--Civil rights--Tennessee--Nashville | Civil rights movements--Tennessee--History--Sources | Nonviolence--Study and teaching--Tennessee--Nashville | African Americans--Tennessee--Nashville--History--Sources | Segregation--Tennessee--Nashville | Folk music--Tennessee--Nashville | Activists--American--Tennessee--Nashville | Nashville (Tenn.)--History--Sources | Nashville (Tenn.)--Social conditions | Nashville (Tenn.)--Race relations | Southern States--Race relations--History--20th century--Sources | United States, Tennessee, Davidson County, Nashville, 36.1658899, -86.7844432|
|Collection:||Nashville Public Library Digital Collections Portal: Civil Rights|
|Institution:||Nashville Public Library|
|Contributors:||Public Library of Nashville and Davidson County. Special Collections Division | Civil Rights Online Collection (Public Library of Nashville and Davidson County. Special Collections Division)|
1 photograph negative : b&w ; 3.25 x 4.25 in.
Forms part of the Nashville Banner Archives, Special Collections Division, Nashville Public Library.
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Forms part of online collection: Civil Rights Online Collection.
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