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Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley May 22
People other than white men built this county. And Sec Mnuchin agrees, yet he refuses to update our . & are iconic Americans & its past time that our 💵 reflects that. |
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John Miller Oct 6
Replying to @melanie_korach
Here is an analogous sentiment that I keep in mind when faced with negativity:
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Khalilah M. Harris Jun 5
When you’re repping your ⁦⁩ gear for your 4th grade civil rights presentation about 👧🏽✊🏾🐻🧡💙
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Harry T. Burleigh Society Aug 30
A beautiful rumination by on what silence and quiet may reveal in the life of
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Albert Ruiz 📬 Feb 27
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Samantha Ege Aug 30
"When will we listen to black women?" Important work by .
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Cite Black Women. Dec 30
said, "If you have a purpose () in which you can believe, there's no end to the amount of things you can accomplish." Happy headline credit:
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Cite Black Women. Dec 30
Happy Our foremothers practiced consistantly. We look for purpose that reminds us to walk that walk; to make our collective vocation the building & developing of our community in order to restore our people
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History Of Punk Nov 6
Marian Anderson and Daniel DeLonge of The Insaints play a M.O.B. show in Modesto. - 1991
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Harry T. Burleigh Society Aug 30
This is the day for Black women scholars to remind of the important artistic, social, and political work of Black women musicians: on , & the necessity of Black sisterhood
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WDAS-FM Feb 14
For her positive influence on music, politics, race & culture, operatic legend is our ...the 1st African American to perform as a member of the Metropolitan Opera, & in a presidential inauguration. ✊🏾
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Going The Distance Films May 17
Come see the award-winning Once In A Hundred Years: The Life And Legacy of at the Wawa Welcome America Festival on July 3rd at 2:00pm.
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Women's Museum of California Apr 9
in in 1939, sang at the Lincoln Memorial for a crowd of more than 75,000 people. Anderson was one of the finest contraltos of the twentieth century and she spent her career breaking down barriers for future African American performers.
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WPA Sep 2
Our link round up is live! Don't miss a new podcast from , review of a new recording from Julia Wolfe, Amy Beach's opera, & many discussions of the life, work, & legacy of
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Washington Informer Apr 9
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Tammi Minoski Apr 9
#1939: On Easter Sunday, singer performed in a concert at the after being denied the use of Constitution Hall by the Daughters of the American Revolution.
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Kennedy Center Education | Digital Learning Apr 8
tomorrow marks the 80th anniversary of 's historic performance to 75K people at the Lincoln Memorial—a seminal moment. Explore this free resource to learn more about this event, the movement & the music:
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Harlem Roots Apr 8
4/8/1993: African-American opera singer, Marian Anderson died in , Oregon. She was an important figure in the struggle for black artists to overcome racial prejudice in the United States during the mid-twentieth century. 
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@SheriBerkery Mar 26
Why was alum drawn to produce film about opera singer ? "She's really like a story."
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Contralto Corner 9 Dec 18
Aria of the Week #145: "Come Away, Death!" by J. Sibelius. Performed by Marian Anderson.
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