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A LSEX Black History Month Special produced by Stacey Taylor

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A special Black History Month edition of LSEX produced by Stacey Taylor.  Not broadcast due to technical problems, this is an online exclusive.  

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Due to technical problems in the studio, this is the program that was broadcast on February 22nd.  Thanks to emergency substitute DJ Cozy Little.  

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Kristina begins reaches into the archives for a 3-part series featuring an interview during a tarantos workshop this summer in Chicago with Carmela Greco. The interview will begin next week. To put you in the mood, this week we play tarantas, cartageneras, and a lone minera

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WILLIAM’S LEAP FOR FREEDOM
By Cheryl Black

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Opening with further tribute to flugelhorn and band leader, legend Hugh Masekela – and Bob Marley… a tip of the hat (and a bow) to Tony Allen… then on to Ethiopia !  A couple tracks from an East-coast based brass ensemble the "Debo Band", along with popular vocalist "Gigi" – both inspired by Ethiopia.  Also I add a West Coast American-Ethiopian vocalist, Meklit. Then a set of female vocalists that I admire quite a bit… first a set of Lila Downs (coming to the Ordway again in early March, you probably shouldn't miss it !

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On this show, Romain and Frederic were grateful to have Anne Gillepsie Lewis and Damien Sadrant for her book Marie-Andree at Ten. The themes were Sailors/Marins & Black history month.

You can find the book and Anne's Author page:

https://www.amazon.com/Marie-Andrée-Ten-Dix-Ans-Letters/dp/0999293907

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we speak with with Chloe Benjamin about her new novel The Immortalists, which has been receiving high praise. She is also the author of The Anatomy of Dreams, which received the Edna Ferber Fiction Book Award and was longlisted for the 2014 Center for Fiction First Novel Prize. 

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