Marian Anderson and the Easter Sunday Concert
It’s 1939, Marian Anderson is invited to perform at an Easter concert. Demand for tickets surge, and concert organizers set out to find the largest venue in Washington, D.C. When the perfect location is found, organizers learn that no black performers are allowed at the venue. Eleanor Roosevelt learns of the discrimination and steps in to make the concert happen.
- Race Relations in 1930s
- Washington, D.C. Monuments
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