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Marian Anderson: Sisterhood of Song and Justice

Doyle, Elizabeth

Marian Anderson is an oft-neglected figure of the Civil Rights Movement. She was a world-renowned vocalist, but she used her talents to advocate for social justice. This paper highlights her contributions to civil rights, the significance of the Lincoln Memorial, and the women and faith that sustained her.


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Union Theological Seminary
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September 14, 2018
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