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For the first time, an orange-and-black ensemble Marian Anderson wore during her historic performance at the Lincoln Memorial 75 years ago is going on display at the Smithsonian Institution.
With rising incidents of suicide among our kids, maybe it’s time we start thinking more about mental health.
Marian Anderson performs at the Lincoln Memorial on April 9, 1939.
Marian Anderson dies of congestive failure at the age of 96 on April 8, 1993.
Marian Anderson was awarded a Kennedy Center Honor on Dec. 2, 1978.
Marian Anderson, one of the most celebrated singers of the 20th century, is born on Feb. 27, 1897.
Marian Anderson became the first Black person to appear at the Metropolitan Opera in Verdi's Masked Ball in 1955.
Women played a crucial role in advancing the civil rights movement but were left out of leadership in the March on Washington.
Jamal Lewis, Warren Sapp and Marion Jones are among the staggering list of athletes who have lost their fortunes to bankruptcy.
The new biography shares a different side of our first lady.