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美國人物志:Marian Anderson: 75 Thousand People Heard Her Sing at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C.2009-07-02
Marian Anderson loved opera. At that time, however, black singers were not permitted in white opera companies in the United States. So she performed as a concert artist instead. Her first concert in New York City was not successful.
美國人物志:Radio Pioneers Created the System That Brought Words, Music and Information to People Across A2009-07-01
Some people say radio was invented by Guglielmo (Gu-Lee-YER-Mo) Marconi of Italy. Marconi sent the first radio communication signals through the air in eighteen ninety-five. In fact, no one person can be called the inventor of radio.
美國人物志:Susan Sontag: One of America's Most Influential 20th-Century Thinkers2009-07-01
Susan Sontag was considered one of the most influential liberal thinkers in the United States during the twentieth century. She wrote seventeen books. They have been translated into thirty languages.
美國人物志:Winslow Homer: America's Painter2009-07-01
Winslow Homer was the second of three sons of Henrietta Benson and Charles Savage Homer. He was born in Boston, Massachusetts in eighteen thirty-six and grew up in Cambridge. His father was an importer of tools and other goods.
美國人物志:Duke Ellington and His Jazz Orchestra Were Famous Around the World2009-06-30
Edward Kennedy Ellington was born on April twenty-ninth, eighteen ninety-nine, in Washington, D.C. His family lived in the African-American area of Washington. It was a time when racial separation was the law in much of the United States. Racial laws and racial hatred were to follow Edward Kennedy Ellington all through his life.
美國人物志:Duke Ellington: One of the Most Popular Musicians of the Twentieth Century2009-06-30
That song is "Take the 'A' Train. " It is like a musical sign that says, "You are listening to Duke Ellington and his orchestra. " Music fans around the world know the song is linked closely to Duke Ellington. Yet they may not know that he did not write it.
美國人物志:American Baseball Legend Babe Ruth2009-06-30
George Herman Ruth was born in Baltimore, Maryland, in eighteen ninety-five. George's parents owned a bar where people came to drink alcohol. His mother died when he was very young. His father was killed in a street fight.
美國人物志:Writer Zora Neale Hurston told About African-American Life in the South2009-06-29
Zora Neale Hurston was born in eighteen ninety-one in Notasulga, Alabama. A short time later, her family moved to Eatonville, a small town in central Florida. All of the people of Eatonville were African-American.
美國人物志:Andy Warhol: The Father of Pop Art2009-06-29
Andy Warhol was not always famous around the world. He was born in nineteen twenty-eight in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. His parents were immigrants from Czechoslovakia. Their last name was Warhola, which Andy later shortened to Warhol. As a child Andy spent a great deal of time sick in bed.
美國人物志:Mae West: The Wild Woman of Film and Stage2009-06-29
Mae West was born in Brooklyn, New York in eighteen ninety-three. Her father, John West, had several jobs but started his career as a competitive fighter. Mae’s mother, Matilda, played an important role in developing her daughter’s career as an entertainer.
英文名人事跡:Country and Western Singer Hank Williams Wrote Songs About Love and Heartbreak2009-06-28
That was the record Hank Williams made when he first tried to interest recording companies in his music. None of the companies liked it at the time. But a few years later, the high sharp voice of Hank Williams would cut like a knife through the music world. When he sang his songs, people listened. They are still listening, long after his death.
英文名人事跡:Madam C.J. Walker, 1867-1919: She Developed Hair-Care2009-06-28
In the early nineteen hundreds, life for most African-Americans was very difficult. Mobs of white people attacked and killed black people. It was legal to separate groups of people by race. Women, both black and white, did not have the same rights as men.
英文名人事跡:James Brown, 1933-2006: The Godfather of Soul Influenced2009-06-28
That was James Brown singing his famous hit song from nineteen sixty-five, "I Got You (I Feel Good.)" With this song, Brown went from a rhythm and blues singer to a pop music star. It helped him gain a huge number of white fans as well as black ones.
英文名人事跡:Jacob Riis: A Reporter and Writer Who Worked to ...2009-06-27
Every week at this time, the Voice of America tells about someone important in the history of the United States. This week we tell about Jacob Riis. He was a writer who used all his energy to make the world a better place for poor people.
英文名人事跡:Betty Friedan: How She Was a Leader in the Modern Women2009-06-27
Betty Friedan is often called the mother of the modern women's liberation movement. Her famous book, "The Feminine Mystique," changed America. Some people say it changed the world. It has been called one of the most influential nonfiction books of the twentieth century.
美國人物志:Clara Barton, Founder of the American Red Cross: A Life of Caring for Others2009-06-27
Clara Barton was a small woman. Yet she made a big difference in many lives. Today her work continues to be important to thousands of people in trouble.
美國人物志:Todd Duncan Broke Race Barriers with Music2009-06-26
Todd Duncan is on the stage. He had just become the first African American man to sing with this important American opera company. No one was sure how he would be received. But the people in the theater offered loud, warm approval of his performance.
美國人物志:Truman Capote developed a new kind of writing with his nonfiction novel, ‘In Cold Blood’2009-06-26
Truman Capote became famous for living a wild and exciting life. He traveled a great deal and divided his time between homes in New York City and Switzerland. But he started out from more common roots.
美國人物志:Anne Morrow Lindbergh: Pilot and Writer of What Book Critics Considered ‘Small Works of Art’2009-06-26
Anne Morrow was a quiet, shy and small young woman when she met Charles Lindbergh in nineteen twenty-seven. He was staying with her family in Mexico City. The twenty-five year old man was tall and good-looking.
美國人物志:Marian Anderson: Her Voice Became Famous Around the World2009-06-25
A tall black woman is singing in a concert hall. Her eyes are closed. She is not looking at the crowd of people sitting silently before her. But she feels their presence. She tries to make the music touch their minds and hearts. Her deep, powerful voice reaches out to all parts of the concert hall.
美國人物志:F.Scott Fitzgerald Wrote About the2009-06-25
Early in nineteen twenty, the American writer F. Scott Fitzgerald was poor and unknown. He was twenty-four years old. The girl he wanted to marry had rejected him. Her family said he could not support her.
美國人物志:Diane Arbus: Revolutionary Photographer of Unusual People2009-06-25
Diane Arbus is known for creating intense black and white photographs of very unusual people. She used a special camera that produced square shaped images. Often her subjects look sad, conflicted or physically abnormal.
美國人物志:Shirley Horn: One of the Great Jazz Singers of the 1950s and 1960s2009-06-24
Shirley Horn’s voice was smooth and expressive, but never hurried. She was one of the slowest singers in jazz. When she sang a song, she wanted the audience to feel it in the same way she did. She had a small voice. But her songs had a big effect.
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