Marian Anderson was a woman with a powerful voice. Despite the color of her skin she made a name for herself and traveled the world preforming in places like Europe and Africa, singing before people like the monarchs of Sweden, Norway, Denmark, and England. Anderson became the first African American singer to perform as a member of the Metropolitan Opera in New York City. She was one of the best low singing voices, a contralto. The article was very much detailed and provided an in- depth description of her life and all of her accomplishments. She sang for women and for black women specifically to change the world’s perspective of them in all aspects.

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