SS African American history project
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RONALD REAGAN INAUGURATION!
Grace Bumbry was an All-time singer. She was born January 4, 1937 in St. Louis, Missouri. Grace Bumbry was one of the leading opera singers of her time. Her Mezzo-Soprano and Soprano voices were grand. Bumbry's singing career lasted near 40 years.
Grace Bumbry had a great accomplishment of getting honored with the Kennedy Center Honors award. She got this for contributing to the American culture with her talent of being a Soprano singer. She also has won a Grammy Award and other awards.
Grace Bumbry is important for her voice being the first African-American opera singer to preform. In 1962, she was invited by First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy to sing at the White House. In 1981, Grace Bumbry sang at Ronald Reagan's inauguration.
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