Winfrey also said that she refused "to let their sacrifices be in vain".
That was a far cry from his reaction when President Donald Trump " s people played the song at a rally hours after the Pittsburgh synagogue massacre.
Oprah Winfrey is doing her part to help Stacey Abrams make history by becoming the first African-American woman to become United States governor.
Abrams is looking to maximize turnout among nonwhites, liberal urban whites and just enough whites everywhere else, including a smattering of moderates and suburban Republicans who are disenchanted with Trump - a considerable overlap with the fan base that propelled Winfrey to her billionaire icon status.
He is campaigning against Mr. Trump's agenda and Republican candidates less than two years after he left office, a departure from a historical norm in which former presidents tend to avoid openly criticizing their successors.
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"I am proud to stand with Brian Kemp as our next governor", Walker said in a statement.
Ms Winfrey, who has dismissed rumours she is planning to run for President in 2020, also endorsed Democrat Barack Obama before the 2008 election.
"I have earned the right to think for myself and to vote for myself".
Abrams is locked in a tight race with Republican Brian Kemp as she tries to become the nation's first black female governor. She recalled generations of black Americans who faced "lynching ... oppression ... suppression", and declared that "their blood has seeped into my DNA" and forced her to the polls.
Civil rights groups sued Kemp in October over 50,000 voting registration applications that were placed on hold due to Georgia's "exact-match" law which requires personal information on voter applications to match state databases. They don't help. Just ask Hillary Clinton.
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