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Singer and actor, Lena Horne, died on Sunday night at age 92. We take a look back at the star, who was the first black actress to sign a contract with MGM. During WWII her fame grew as she appeared on the Army radio program “Command Performance.” She became active in the Civil Rights movement and continued to record songs into the 1990s.

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