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June 17, 2015








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Their music has been revered and kept alive through the generations that have come and gone, and still our ears burn at the sounds of their voices. To be a female in this society means that your citizenship is that of second class, but to be African American and female means it will be that much harder for success to come your way...
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Artists such as Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald, Lina Horne, and Aretha Franklin have been pioneers of their time; without these artists there could have never been the space provided for musicians such as Lauryn Hill, Queen Latifah, or Missy Elliot to gain such commercial success. Born April 7th 1915 in Philadelphia was Billie Holiday, perhaps the most famous and influential jazz artist, otherwise known as Lady Day...
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