Marian Anderson sang all over the world, but she wasn’t allowed to sing in Constitution Hall in Washington, D.C., because she was black. Instead, she sang on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in a concert that helped bring about the Civil Rights movement. Picture book format.
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