Reagon, Bernice Johnson, 1942-

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AZ0314 We shall overcome / produced by David King Dunaway.

How the early 1960s civil rights movement produced the Freedom Singers. Bernice Johnson Reagon,...

KPFA, Aug. 1979.
AZ0973 THE POWER OF AFRICAN-AMERICAN WOMEN / produced by Pamela Burton, Ginny Z. Berson, Jean Robertson, Peggy Bray and Bari Scott.

Four part program which examines the work and impact of several African-American women. Examines...

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IZ0449.02 Sweet Honey in the Rock

Program contains excerpts from a Sweet Honey in the Rock performance at P.S. 41 in March 1978...

American Women -- Music and musicians WBAI, 27 July 1978.
IZ0711 Bernice Johnson Reagon: Black Women's issues

Speech by Bernice Johnson Reagon, given November 11, 1980 at Barnard College's Reid...

American Women -- Women of Color and discrimination, American Women -- Music and musicians WBAI, April 8, 1981
KZ1803 Carry on Black quartet singing / Bernice Johnson Reagon ; interviewed by John Patton.

Bernice Johnson Reagon, one of the founders of Sweet Honey in the Rock, discusses carrying on...

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KZ4135.26 Wade in the water.

Contemporary gospel composers: stretching the boundaries. Produced by Bernice Johnson Reagon and...

PZ0287.259 Democracy Now : February 14 : Civil Rights Music

Democracy Now : February 14 : Civil Rights Music / Pacifica Foundation| Produced by Julie Drizin...

PZ0673.140 From the Vault: Odetta

This week on From the Vault we pay tribute to legendary singer Odetta who died on December 2,...

2009-01-09
SZ0319.07 Freedom songs : music of the Civil Rights movement / produced by Iemanja Sibanye.

Dr. Bernice Reagon, Director of the Program in Black American Culture at the Smithsonian's...

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WZ0120 Harambe vocalist / Bernice Johnson Reagon; interviewed by Elaine Heffernan.

On survival of Black culture and her own music. Includes "I won't crumble if you fall...

WPFW, June 27, 1977.
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