Aretha Franklin, “Queen of Soul,” dies at 76

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Aretha Franklin, the brilliant singer and songwriter known for decades as the “Queen of Soul,” died Thursday at her Detroit home of advanced pancreatic cancer. Franklin’s music and larger-than-life voice were unmistakable. Many of her songs were anthems for women and people of color. Vladimir Duthiers reports, and journalists Alan Light and Tre Johnson discuss her legacy.