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Detail of a photo of Selena fan Olivia Leak, shown holding a poster of the pop star at a memorial held in Los Angeles on April 2, 1995, two days after Selena's murder in Corpus Christi, Texas. Jeff Haynes/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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2 projects revive Selena's music for new generations

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Actress Jennifer Lopez, who plays Selena Quintanilla-Perez in the movie Selena performs with her band in one of the scenes from the movie. The biopic will premiere in theaters next month in honors of the film's 25th anniversary. RICCO TORRES/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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American singer Selena rides in a carriage during a performance at Houston's Astrodome on Feb. 26, 1995. The performance was her last before the 23-year-old's murder the following month. Arlene Richie/Getty Images hide caption

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Melissa Lozada-Oliva reimagines pop star Selena's legacy in Dreaming of You. Melissa Lozada-Oliva/Astra House hide caption

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In 'Dreaming of You,' poet Melissa Lozada-Oliva reimagines Selena's legacy

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Fans with a photo of Selena during a ceremony honoring her in 2017. Over the decades since her death, Selena's legacy has become even more profound than writer Deborah Paredez ever anticipated. AFP Contributor/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Anything for Selena weaves the life of the late Tejano singer together with that of the podcast's host, Maria Garcia. Illustration by Iliana Galvez/WBUR hide caption

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The Podcast 'Anything For Selena' Tells A Story Larger Than The Artist's Life

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An impromptu memorial for Aretha Franklin outside New Bethel Baptist Church in Detroit — the same church where Franklin's father Rev. C.L. Franklin was a minister and where she began her singing career. Taken Aug. 19, 2018 in Detroit, Michigan. Bill Pugliano/Getty Images hide caption

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