Marian Anderson and Florence B. and Their Influence on Today

Jones’s article, Lift Every Voice: Marian Anderson, Florence B Price and the Sound of Black Sisterhood, dives into how important voicing black women’s struggles to the world is. This article highlights major artists and how they combatted the struggles they were faced with. They used their music to discuss and shine light on the struggles of black women. They paved the way for women today and movements like Black Lives Matter, Me Too, and Say Her Name. Without Marian and Florence, we may not have the same voice that we have today.

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