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Dark Memory: A Look at Lynching in America through the Life, Times, and Songs of Woody Guthrie

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Drawing upon the memory of a lynching photograph he saw as a youth, songwriter and political activist Woody Guthrie shaped his own views concerning this barbaric act into the art of his songs. Just as he was turned away from a racist tinged past by a community of politically charged artists and their work, the singer believed that his lyrics had the potential to change public perception on the emotionally charged issue of lynching.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2005-12-01

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