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Song Of The Soul
2/22/2020Music Collage of Early 2019
A collage of song & interview from first quarter 2019! Some of the rich tapestry of Song of the Soul leading up to 2019's spring weather, from the guests who graced our airwaves at that time, and which can hopefully inspire us through our own determined progress out of winter. Guests snapshots include: Stuart Stotts, Wendy Martin, Lou & Peter Berryman, Ali Handal, Xanthe Alexis, Katy Vernon, & Jennifer Levenhagen.
Spirit In Action
2/22/2020Racial Equality vs Colonization, Then & Now
Two powerful, and badly neglected, forces in our national history around race are featured in Educated for Freedom: The Incredible Story of Two Fugitive Schoolboys Who Grew Up To Change a Nation by author & educator Anna Mae Duane. The 1800's debate between wto students of the NY African Free School, James McCune Smith & Henry Highland Garnet, echoes to current issues.

Song Of The Soul
2/15/2020Angel Wings & Peter Pan
Terry Holder came to her career as a musician & performer relatively late in life, but the pay-off is well worth the wait. She writes songs of great emotional depth and they come to life through her evocative voice and beautiful instrumentation. She’s well and widely-loved, including at the Kerrville Festival in Texas where she has been selected 4 times as a Kerrville New Folk Finalist.
Spirit In Action
2/15/2020Lies My Teacher Told Me About Racism
Essential parts of our history have been willfully suppressed & ignored, but we can only be the best nation we can be by facing the facts - alternative facts won’t do. That has been the work of sociologist, historian, writer and teacher James Loewen. His work has included ground-breaking research about racism where & when we haven't acknowledged it, in the Sundown Towns, outside of the traditional South, and his analysis of the failings of our history curriculum, Lies My Teacher Told Me.

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