Timeline created by YANIS BELGACEM
In Music
  • Escape At Sunset

    Escape At Sunset
    By Janice Huce
  • Escape At Sunset

    Escape At Sunset
    By Janice Huse
  • Les Hutchinson Family Singers

    Les Hutchinson Family Singers
    La famille Hutchinson a fait leurs débuts en 1839, les Hutchinson Family Singers du New Hampshire étaient l’un des groupes musicaux les plus connus du milieu des années 1800.
  • Abolitionist and Women's Rights

    Abolitionist and Women's Rights
    The Hutchinson Family Singers debuting in 1839, the Hutchinson Family Singers of New Hampshire were one of the best-known musical groups of the mid-1800s.
  • The Workers

    The Workers
    In the 1890s, workers began distributing strike songbooks in American cities.
  • War, Labor and Race

    War, Labor and Race
    The Almanac Singers, which included Woody Guthrie, Josh White, a young Pete Seeger and many others, toured America before World War II, singing to support struggling workers everywhere.
  • Civil Rights and Vietnam

    Civil Rights and Vietnam
    Joan Baez and Bob Dylanat the March on WashingtonPhoto courtesy National Archives.
  • A Pawn in Their Game

    A Pawn in Their Game
    By Bob Dylan
    Civil Rights March on Washington, D.C., 1963 Photo courtesy National Archives
  • Anti-Establishment

    While rock continued to voice social concerns, in the '80s two new forms grabbed the mike of protest.
  • Free Nelson Mandela

    Free Nelson Mandela
    By The Special A.K.A.
  • Fight the Power

     Fight the Power
    By Flavor Flav et Chuck D
    Rap also emerged as a protest genre,
  • The Great Depression

    The Great Depression
    Poster for New Line Theatre performance, St. Louis, 2001
  • Anti-War Mars

    Anti-War Mars
    « Bomb da World » par Michael Franti
  • We Shall Overcome

    We Shall Overcome
    By Mahalia Jackson
  • Ohio

    By Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
  • I Can’t Breathe

    I Can’t Breathe
    By Pussy Riot’s for protest song for Eric Garner.