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Created on May 29, 2023
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7.Why does she represent the african-american culture ?
8.Why must she be in the National Museum of African- American Music ?
6. Her success
5. Her militants musics
4. What kind of woman was she ? How did she militate ?
3.Her musical journey
1.Why this choice ?
1.Why this choice ?
- 25th march 1942-16th agust 2018
- Singer, pianist, songwritter
- Jazz, blues, gospel, soul
- The Queen Of the Soul
Her musical journey
- Soloist in a choral at 11
- J.V.B records at 14
- First album : Songs of Faith in 1956
- 33 albums
- 75 million copies
- Respect, A natural woman, Think
WHAT KIND OF WOMAN WAS SHE ? HOW DID SHE MILITATE ?
- Black rights's activist next to Martin Luther King
- Woman fighter
- Appeared on stage with Martin Luther King and Barack Obama
- Present at gatherings for civil rights
- Sang at Martin Luther king's funerals in 1968
Her militants musics
- Respect (1967) : became a feminist anthem, fight symbol for the african-american community
- Chain of Fools : protest music agaisnt the Viêt Nam's war
- Sisters Are Doin' it For Themselves :feminist. Imagined a world where the womans could break free of sexist life around them.
- 18 Grammy Award
- First woman to integrate the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
- National medal of arts under the presence of Bill Clinton
- Presidential medal of the liberty
- Ranked first in the ranking of the best singers of all the time by the Rolling Stone's magazin in 2010 and 2023
Why does she represent the african- american culture ?
- Activist woman for black rights
- She inspired a lot of african-american singers
Why must she be in the National Museum of African-American music ?
- Became aware of the world around her and acted for help Black people to gain equality in America
- Being present in the gatherings
- She inspired a lot of african-american singers : Beyoncé, Whitney Houston...
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