Train Civil Rights Recording
the Civil Rights Movement had a name, Buddy Green, Langston Hughes
and the California Labor School Chorus produced a 78 rpm record
of songs related to the Freedom Train and the American Heritage
Foundation's stand against segregation aboard the Freedom Train.
lead the Train to bypass Memphis and Birmingham -- but did allow
it to display in Savannah and Brunswick, GA, where alternating groups
of blacks and whites were allowed aboard -- 25 at a time.
As one observer
noted in Savannah -- "They went in separate, but came out all