Share 'How Aretha Franklin's commitment to civil rights and equality changed hearts and minds'
he Queen was challenging us to ‘think’ and ‘respect’ ourselves and to become better partners, better citizens, and better humans."
by David A. Love / Aug.16.2018 /
Aretha Franklin at New York's Radio City Music Hall on July 6, 1989.Mario Suriani / AP
Aretha Franklin was a soul-singing global icon with staggering commercial success — notching 44 Grammy Award nominations and 18 wins and releasing…
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