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#3896 Marian Anderson, Black Heritage Series

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Issued: Jan 27, 2005. Black Heritage Series, Single 37-cent commemorative stamp.

From an early age, Marian Anderson realized her musical ability, joining her church choir when she was six years old. Following years of not being able to sing in “white artists only” venues, she became the first black singer to appear as a member of New York’s Metropolitan Opera Company. Beyond music, Anderson was a goodwill ambassador to Asia and a delegate to the United Nations. She was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the Eleanor Roosevelt Human Rights Award, and the NAACP’s Spingarn Medal. (APS)

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