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‘Lift Every Voice And Sing’: The True Story Of The Black National Anthem

James Weldon Johnson's poem often dubbed "The Black National Anthem" was first performed Feb. 12, 1900.

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    'Lift Every Voice And Sing': The True Story Of The Black National Anthem

    While the “Star Spangled Banner,” America’s national anthem, has been the official song of the U.S. for more than two centuries, many African Americans throughout the years have sung a much different tune. Learn more... While …

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