Christopher Capozzola, associate professor, History, MIT
Examine the continuing migration of African Americans from the South, as the need for change comes to the breaking point. In the explosive decades from World War II to the 1960s, a diverse array of social movements—civil rights and black nationalism—linked politics and artistic expression and forced the country to confront ongoing racial prejudice and injustice.

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The Second Great Migration and Music: The John Coltrane Story

Tuesday Morning Session: the Search for Freedom

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10:30 am - 12:00 pm
Remis Auditorium, 161
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