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This May 24, 1961, photo provided by the Mississippi Department of Archives and History shows the booking photos of civil rights activist James Farmer, who was arrested — along with many others — during the Freedom Rides. AP hide caption

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Tebsakh Dalet Bombino

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Get Your Rights, Jack The Freedom Singers

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    Voices of the Civil Rights Movement Black American Freedom Songs 1960-1966
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Yes I Can, No You Can't Lee Morgan 0:28

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    The Gigolo
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Skylark Sonny Rollins 1:12

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    Silver City: a Celebration of 25 Years On Milestone
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Prophet's Motifs Bennie Maupin Quartet & Maupin, Bennie Quartet 1:11

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(Say) You're My Girl [*] Roy Orbison 0:08

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Furiosa (played by Charlize Theron, front right) fights to liberate the wives of a tyrannical warlord in Mad Max: Fury Road. Jasin Boland/Warner Bros. hide caption

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