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  1. Dogal says:
    Strange Fruit Lyrics: Southern trees / Bearing strange fruit / Blood on the leaves / And blood at the roots / Black bodies / Swinging in the southern breeze / Strange fruit hangin' / From the poplar.
  2. Shakall says:
    Apr 03,  · Directed by Paris Barclay. With Kathryn Morris, Danny Pino, John Finn, Jeremy Ratchford. Jeffries reopens a case in which he, as a child, found the body of a year-old African American boy who had been planning to attend Martin Luther King's March on Washington/10(3).
  3. Fenrikasa says:
    Feb 16,  · The lynching of Thomas Shipp and Abe Smith in Indiana in inspired Abel Meeropol to write Strange Fruit. Photograph: AP Either way, Holiday road-tested the song at .
  4. JoJogul says:
    Jul 07,  · Song Strange Fruit (Live In New York/) Artist Nina Simone; Writers Lewis Allan; Licensed to YouTube by UMG (on behalf of Verve); IRICOM, PEDL, UMPI, CMRRA, Wise Music Group, UNIAO BRASILEIRA.
  5. Grotaxe says:
    "Strange Fruit" is a song performed most famously by Billie Holiday. It condemned American racism, particularly the lynching of African Americans that had occurred chiefly in the South but also in all regions of the United States. Holiday's version of the song was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in
  6. Kisho says:
    Southern trees bear a strange fruit, Blood on the leaves and blood at the root, Black bodies swinging in the southern breeze, Strange fruit hanging from the poplar trees.
  7. Mezijinn says:
    Oct 10,  · Directed by Kyle Schickner. With Ron Allen, Cornell S. Thomas, Kent Faulcon, Aaron Kleven. William Boyals, a successful, black, gay attorney in New York, is drawn back to the small, rural Louisiana town he long ago escaped from to investigate the lynching of a black gay childhood friend/10().
  8. Kilar says:
    It was named the song of the century by Time magazine in , and the story of Strange Fruit’s conception has entered legend. Originally a poem called Bitter Fruit, it was written by the Jewish.

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