Marian Anderson: The Most Modest Trailblazer

    Classical singer Marian Anderson was one of the all-time greats — both as an artist, and as a cultural figure who broke down racial barriers. She is best known for performing at the Lincoln Memorial in 1939, after she was denied permission to sing for an integrated audience at Washington’s Constitutional Hall. But she was much more than that — she helped shape American music.

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