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Mary Wilson discusses the role of music in the fight for racial justice

"It helped the world to see that Black people were beautiful." Mary Wilson, a founding member of The Supremes, explains how their music gave a voice to the civil rights movement. The legendary singer has died at 76.

02/09/2021 1:34 PM

11 comments

  • Pat V.
    02/10/2021 05:53

    What a great group ,

  • Samantha C.
    02/10/2021 02:42

    Rest in peace Mary Wells thank you for your gift that you've given to the world an opening up the doors

  • Victory V.
    02/09/2021 23:26

    After all these years, racism is still very much around

  • Victory V.
    02/09/2021 23:24

    And racism is still very much in practice,

  • Eric G.
    02/09/2021 20:20

    Prayers for you and your family and friends. R.I.P

  • Patricia A.
    02/09/2021 17:49

    ANOTHER ANGEL NAME MARY.

  • Willie K.
    02/09/2021 17:49

    ...An Original, Member of Motown's own, The SUPREMES!! Loyal, persistent, dedicated; obviously one who championed the concept of 'Team!' The music will live on...Forever, Came Today. R.I.P.

  • Kathleen H.
    02/09/2021 17:23

    One of my favourite groups. RIP.

  • Carol E.
    02/09/2021 17:22

    Thank you for the music R.I.P

  • Jerome J.
    02/09/2021 15:25

    RIP Mary Wells

  • Evelyn O.
    02/09/2021 14:55

    RIP

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