How has music contributed to the change of civil rights in Australia and…
How has music contributed to the change of civil rights in Australia and the USA?
What inspired for change through music?
Who inspired the change in music?
How has the music which inspired change evolved through time and until now?
What genres was the basis for political statements?
What was music like at the time?
Were there government implemented rules and guidelines about music?
Was it discriminating?
Did anyone break those rules?
What was the main genre?
Who were the music icons during the time?
What was their nationality?
Did they change anything?
What did the discriminated people do to change their rights through music?
What actions did they face if they made a statement?
Who supported them?
Who were the icons of music who attempted to contribute to civil rights?
Where were they from?
Was it legal?
What was their motivation?
What did they try to change
Who are the icons still making rights statements in their music?
Who was the first to try and change civil rights through music?
Did they change anything?
Did they make any profit from it?
Who was against civil rights?
Why were they against it?
Did music change their mind in any way?
Did they succeed or lose through the Civil War?
When did music begin to make an impact in Civil Rights?
Were the discriminated people supporting the music?
Did it inspire others to create similar music?
What was the reaction from white folk?
When did political statements become frequent in music?
Did it affect anything?
Was music ever regulated due to illegal statements during the time?
Were they direct messages or hidden through word-play?
When was it illegal/legal for Indigenous Australians and African American people to make music and distribute it?
Did they rise against it?
Was it ever illegal at all?
How changed the law?
How did music change....
Laws during the time?
Verbal/ physical abuse the discriminated were facing?
How were the conditions for musical artists who made political statements?
Were they allowed on the radio?
Did they face any abuse?
How many records did they sell?
How is music affecting the civil rights movement today?
What are people's current thoughts on equality?
Is Inequality still present?
Have stereotypes been ended?
Where and when did music make the most impact in the movement?
was the impact sudden or slow?
Did it have any physical impacts?
What exactly came from the impact?
Where did the music reach out too?
Did the government hear it?
DId it change the nations society?
Did people begin to change their minds?
Where was the centre of music production?
What were the technicalities for the music production?
Did the businesses support it?