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Vanessa Williams Will Sing The “Black National Anthem” For PBS July 4th Program


The far-left are once again attempting to divide America even more.

PBS has announced for their 41st annual Independence Day program Vanessa Williams will be singing the Black National Anthem for the event.

According to the NAACP “Lift Every Voice and Sing” is the official “black national anthem” and was even sung at the Super Bowl this year too.

Democrats continue to preach unity but their tactics show that they are being decisive.

The Hill covered the story, check out what they had to share:

American actress and vocalist Vanessa Williams will be performing the song “Lift Every Voice and Sing,” widely known as the Black National Anthem, while hosting PBS’s 41st annual “A Capitol Fourth” celebration, airing Sunday.

Williams in an interview with The Associated Press published Friday said that she will be singing the anthem as a way to promote Juneteenth during the show, which was prerecorded because of the pandemic but will have a live fireworks presentation.

“It’s in celebration of the wonderful opportunity that we now have to celebrate Juneteenth. So we are reflective of the times,” she said just weeks after President Biden signed into law an act designating June 19 as an official federal holiday.

In the beginning of the year Michigan’s Senate had everyone stand for the Black National Anthem.

Take a look:

The Daily Mail got the scoop too:

PBS has divided opinion with its decision to have Vanessa Williams sing the ‘Black National Anthem’ during its July 4 celebration, in a nod to Juneteenth being made a federal holiday.

The singer and actress, who was the first black woman to be crowned Miss America, will perform the song ‘Lift Every Voice and Sing’ while hosting PBS’s 41st ‘A Capitol Fourth’ annual celebration, which airs Sunday.

Williams said her performance of the song will not only honor the nation’s traditional Independence Day, but also the country’s newly designated holiday.

‘It’s in celebration of the wonderful opportunity that we now have to celebrate Juneteenth. So we are reflective of the times,’ she told the Associated Press.

The Super Bowl this year started off with the Black National Anthem also:

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