Stanford University - Hoover Institution Library and Archives
Protest songs of the peoples of Guinea-Bissau and Cape Verde Islands.
Goshen College - Mennonite Historical Library
Indiana University - Archives of Traditional Music
Indiana University - Archives of Traditional Music
Music of African children and Music of Mozambique (lectures by Gerhard Kubik) -- The musical instruments of Africa (Commentaries by Kubik) -- African protest songs (Commentary by Todd Matshikiza)
Stanford University - Hoover Institution Library and Archives
Protest songs of the peoples of Guinea-Bissau and Cape Verde Islands
Toronto Public Library
Sobre la por (About fear)-Contra la por (Against fear)-Sobre la pau (About peace)-A un amic d'Euskadi (To a friend from Euskadi)-18 de maig a la Villa (18th of May in Madrid)-Elogi dels diners (In praise of money)-Veles e vents (Sails and winds)-Poema n. 81 d'Ausias March (Poem no. 81 by Ausias March)-Societat de consum (Consumer's society)-Diguem no (Lets's say no)
Michigan State University Libraries - Main Library
Indiana University - Archives of Traditional Music
Collection primarily contains recordings of Ola Belle Reed playing guitar and banjo and singing traditional ballads, religious songs, blues, protest songs, and other newly-composed tunes. Ola Belle is accompanied by her family members or Burl Kilby on many tracks. Most recordings are of public concerts, though there is some interview content and non-public music-making represented
University of California, Berkeley
Include one letter from James Weldon Johnson, n.d.; one letter from John Howard Lawson, n.d. two letters from W.C. Handy, 1932-1933; three letters from Langston Hughes, 1932-1934, re Hughes' introduction to Gellert's first collection of Negro protest songs, and Hughes's role in preparing the Russian edition. Also included: draft of Hughes's preface