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Classical 101

In Honor of Dr. King and a Great Lady

ADAM: WORTH POSTING? This Martin Luther King Day, pause to remember how far we've all come, and where we've yet to go: When the internationally acclaimed American contralto Marian Anderson sang at the Lincoln Memorial in D.C. on Easter Sunday, 1939, she was denied use of Constitution Hall because she was black.