In academic discussions, social movements and music have rarely been conceptualized together, while in actual practice the two have always been linked. Music has been important to social movements as an organizing tool: drawing individuals to participate in movement‐related activities, it has served as a source of courage and strength in trying situations and has helped create the sense of collectivity, of moving together, that is so vital to any form of collective action.
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