The Voice That Challenged A Nation

The Voice That Challenged A Nation

Marian Anderson and the Struggle for Equal Rights

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In the 1930s, black singer Marian Anderson was not allowed to perform at Constitution Hall. But with help from Eleanor Roosevelt, Anderson staged an amazing concert at the Lincoln Memorial and became an activist for civil rights.
Publisher: Prince Frederick, Md. : Recorded Books ; [Prince Frederick, Md.] : [Distributed by] OneClickdigital, 2011.
Edition: Unabridged.
Copyright Date: ℗2005
ISBN: 9781449892296
Characteristics: 1 audio file (2 hr., 30 min.) : digital.
Additional Contributors: Washington, Sharon - Narrator

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