It May Be 2 Years Since Aretha Franklin Died of Pancreatic Cancer But Her Star Still Shines Bright; Being Inducted In National Women’s Hall of Fame

Updated March 19th, 2021

It May Be 2 Years Since Aretha Franklin Died of Pancreatic Cancer But Her Star Still Shines Bright; Being Inducted In National Women’s Hall of Fame

Aretha Franlkin joins the late Toni Morrison as new inductees into the National Women's Hall of Fame; Franklin passed from pancreatic cancer in August 2018.

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