The Legacy of Marian Anderson

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In 1939, opera star Marian Anderson was barred from Constitution Hall because of the color of her skin. Her next big gig made civil-rights history. Today: a look back at Anderson’s performance at the Lincoln Memorial: music from Venezuelan funk-rock band Los Amigos Invisibles.

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