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20 de Enero de 2009

Queen Latifah recuerda a la cantante afroestadounidense Marion Anderson en el concierto en el Monumento a Lincoln

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Durante el concierto masivo del domingo celebrado en el Monumento a Lincoln, Queen Latifah contó la historia de la contralto Marian Anderson, a quien la organización Daughters of the American Revolution (Hijas de la Revolución Americana), formada enteramente por mujeres blancas, le impidió actuar en el Constitution Hall de la organización. Anderson pudo cantar en el Monumento a Lincoln con el beneplácito de la primera dama Eleanor Roosevelt.

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