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 Taylor Report 
 Norman Otis Richmond, a leading "Bluesologist" and political writer.
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Prince, a gifted artist who broke through racism and music monopolies to become a dominant figure in pop culture, was opposed to the racial oppression experienced by black Americans. With songs like "Baltimore" he offered encouragement to movements such as Black Lives Matter. Mr. Richmond outlines the special talent and courage of Prince.

 Interview with Norman Otis Richmond Download Program Podcast
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00:29:45 English 2016-04-25
 Toronto, Ontario
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