I recall my grade school music teacher teaching us to sing Pete Seeger's "If I Had A Hammer,"
which by that time had been made famous by Peter Paul and Mary. Of course, Dylan sang it too. It was an anthem of the times.
of course, were originally written for the labor movement, but by the 60s were very much taken up by the civil rights movement.
Bob Dylan's songs were a part of high school for me, I especially liked "Don't Think Twice, It's All right," "A Hard Rain's Gonna Fall," "Lay Lady, Lay," and "The Time's They Are a Changin'"
As for Joan Baez, she was another of my favorites. And then there was a lesser known woman singer of the time, Tracey Nelson.
Anyone else remember her? She is often compered to Janis Joplin, and is probably best known for fronting for Mother Earth.
I haven't heard of her for decades, but she's some sort of distant cousin of mine.