Civil rights leaders, including Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., sing "We Shall Overcome" at the conclusion of the Selma to Montgomery civil rights march in 1965. Stephen F. Somerstein/Getty Images hide caption

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Who Owns 'We Shall Overcome'? All Of Us, A Lawsuit Claims

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Pete Seeger Remembers Guthrie, Hopping Trains And Sharing Songs

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Pete Seeger was an environmentalist, an activist and the most prominent folk musician of his generation. Neilson Barnard/Getty Images hide caption

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Folk Activist Pete Seeger, Icon Of Passion And Ideals, Dies At 94

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Toshi Seeger with her husband, folk singer Pete Seeger, in 2009. Bennett Raglin/Getty Images hide caption

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Toshi Seeger, Wife Of Folk Singer Pete Seeger, Dies At 91

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Pete Seeger released two albums this year: Pete Remembers Woody (a Woody Guthrie tribute) and A More Perfect Union, a collaboration with guitarist Lorre Wyatt. David Bernz/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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At 93, Pete Seeger Keeps The Fire Burning Low

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