The Battle of Cable Street mural, which has been vandalized multiple times since its conception in the 1970s, commemorates the historic Battle of Cable Street as well as the East End's immigration story.
First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt resigned from the Daughters of the American Revolution, via this letter to the president of the organization, for barring Marian Anderson, African American opera singer, from singing at Constitution Hall. Anderson instead performed at the Lincoln Memorial to an integrated crowd of 75,000.
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