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Rutha Harris

She is one of four Freedom Singers, a group formed in 1962, in Albany, Georgia during the Civil Rights movement. During her 2010 visit to Pittsburgh, OnQ profiled Harris and her gospel-inspired freedom songs that inspired generations.

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Description: She is one of four Freedom Singers, a group formed in 1962, in Albany, Georgia during the Civil Rights movement. During her 2010 visit to Pittsburgh, OnQ profiled Harris and her gospel-inspired freedom songs that inspired generations.less info

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