A Woman's Influence Eleanor Roosevelt and the Marian Anderson Concert
Learners are asked to conduct research about two of Marian Anderson's contemporaries, Paul Robeson and Duke Ellington, and compare their activism in advancing the status of black Americans to that of Ms. Anderson.
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