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1-We know that social change is often caused by collective action and/or social movements. Culture also plays a part in social change. For the next few questions we will explore the way that music culture plays a part in social change.Go to TakingITGlobal’s Music and Social Change Page (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.Go to the timeline andclick on the second picture on the top row (it should take you to information about Strange Fruit by Abel Meeropol).Click on the “listen” button and listen to the clip.Read the accompanying text and answer the next two questions.According to the page, “Strange Fruit” is considered to be the first significant song of what social movement? the housing rights movement the grass roots movement the suffrage movement the civil rights movement  2-We know that social change is often caused by collective action and/or social movements. Culture also plays a part in social change. For the next few questions we will explore the way that music culture plays a part in social change.Go to TakingITGlobal’s Music and Social Change Page (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. Go to the timeline andclick on the second picture on the top row (it should take you to information about Strange Fruit by Abel Meeropol).Click on the “listen” button and listen to the clip.Read the accompanying text and answer the next two questions.According to the site, the “strange fruit” in the song with the same title are: rights activists lynched blacks hanging from trees: politicians persimmons3-Go to TakingITGlobal’s Music and Social Change Page (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. Go to the timeline andclick on the first picture on the bottom row (Nkosi Sikelel iAfrika (God Bless Africa)).Click on the “listen” button and listen to the clip.Read the accompanying text and answer the next two questions.According to the page, South Africans sang this song (Nkosi Sikelel iAfrika (God Bless Africa)) during the fight against ______________. apartheid American political interference welfare strange fruit4-Go to TakingITGlobal’s Music and Social Change Page (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. Go to the timeline andclick on the first picture on the bottom row (Nkosi Sikelel iAfrika (God Bless Africa)).Click on the “listen” button and listen to the clip.Read the accompanying text and answer the next two questions.According to the site, the song “Nkosi Sikelel iAfrika (God Bless Africa)” is now the __________________ of post-apartheid South Africa. prison song official social movement song Nigerian anthem national anthem5-Go to TakingITGlobal’s Music and Social Change Page (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. Go to the timeline andClick on the second picture on the bottom row (We Shall Overcome).Click on the “listen” button and listen to the clip.Read the accompanying text and answer this question.According to the site, all of the following are are situations in which “We Shall Overcome” has been sung EXCEPT: striking workers to Chinese students in Tiananmen Square in South African prisons in reference to Sociology 120 the movement against race discrimination in the southern United States6-Define social movements.Discuss the stages of a social movement.Then, based on your reading of The Animal Rights Crusade (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. by James M. Jasper and Dorothy Nelkin, and this week’s lesson, discuss whether or not you think that the animal right crusade can be classified as a social movement. Explain why or why not.

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