Born on July 14, 1912, activist folksinger Woody Guthrie's centennial is in full swing across the country.
His family and historians developed a website to make sure that his life and work are honored and can continue to inspire another generation.
Song. By Woodie Guthrie. Recorded in 1940.
Classic folk song written as a response to Irving Berlin's "God Bless America."
Extensive and well-organized collection of Woody Guthrie's songs, biography, archives, and more.
Song. By Woody Guthrie. 1940.
A union song written by Woody Guthrie in response to a request for a union song from a female point of view.
Film. Directed by Howard Zinn, Chris Moore, and Anthony Arnove. 2009. 110 minutes.
Dramatic readings and performances based on Voices of a People's History and A People's History of the United States.
Book - Non-fiction. By Howard Zinn and Mike Konopacki. 2008.
Graphic format with photos and narrative introduce parts of U.S. history.
Book - Non-fiction. By Woody Guthrie. 2008.
The full version of Woody Guthrie's famous song, illustrated for young children.
Songs by Woody Guthrie, produced by Moses Asch. 1996.
Songs about the murder trial of Sacco and Vanzetti.