The Voice That Challenged A Nation
Marian Anderson and the Struggle for Equal RightsBook - 2004
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“ I sang naturally as free as a bird”
“Marian Anderson loved to sing, and she loved to listen while others were singing.”
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This book is a biography of Marian Anderson, a famous vocalist. It captures her struggles and issues through her life. She was an activist in the Civil Rights Movement and was denied access to sing at the Constitution Hall but she does perform in front of the Lincoln Memorial which changed history for everyone.
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