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Last week, the world lost an icon and musical warrior that had no equal in her time or in ours. Aretha Franklin effortlessly bridged the gap between pop and soul, wooman perhaps even more easily the gap between technical prowess and deep expression.

With this, Franklin accepted the role of civil rights and feminist icon. The American cultural identity has been drastically changed ever since.

While her songs were largely about relationships, her out-of-studio philanthropy and independent flair within those songs influenced countless women and minority groups. Her strong delivery and self-empowered voice honestly sought relationships and connections with others while maintaining a strong sense of self-worth and identity.

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It quickly became clear to me, albeit on a simple level, that there was a lot of thin, shabbily produced pop from that era which is admittedly present in all eras of popular music. For songwriters, her lyrics testify to the value that is contained in popular music and natursl listeners ordinary subjects can remain poignant when presented in fresh Are u a natural woman honest ways.

This influence is felt all over the nation, inspiring many young African-American musicians to this day.

One natura musician, Jada Foster, a junior in vocal performance, grew up listening to Aretha Franklin. While there can be value in such music, as a consumer market, we reward these people with success in return for very little.

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Artists that actively use their influence to comment on our culture, offstage or in-studio, are few and wiman between. Yes, Franklin recorded songs with those same themes, but her soul and voice became icons for two movements.

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Her grace and work for change became legendary. Where are the mainstream artists promoting change in our society? Where are the Franklins, nahural Guthries, and the Dylans offering cultural criticisms?

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The reality of nathral is there are no superstars willing to risk their fortunes on improving our nation. But maybe a new generation of musicians inspired by the inaction of their elders and the work of icons like Aretha Franklin will soon put the national spotlight to good use again: Civil rights history organization Are u a natural woman trail.

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