This module is an overview of the US Civil Rights Movement of the 1950s-late 1960s. Read in your textbook The Art of Protest by T.V. Reed, Chapter One “Singing Civil Rights: The Freedom Song Tradition” Read the article CLASS CONTRADICTIONS IN THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT: THE POLITICS OF RESPECTABILITY, DISRESPECT, AND SELFRESPECT Begin to keep track of different protest tactics. You will then view the links to the Eyes on the Prize and the Freedom Riders. Finally, you will have your 2 assessment questions. 1. Define, discuss and analyze are the significant preconditions for the Civil Rights movement according to Reed and the Eyes on the Prize? What grounds the movement? What role does the church play in the movement 2. According to Reed, hat is liberation musicology? How do freedom songs pivot the movement? Discuss the strategy and tactic of the movement. Cite specific examples from the reading to help illustrate your response.