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 Taylor Report 
 Norman Otis Richmond: Writer, broadcaster, bluesologist.
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 Attribution Non-commercial No Derivatives (by-nc-nd) 
Because of recent films and books telling the tragic story of Lee Morgan, great jazz trumpeter, there has been a revival of interest in his music. But, as Norman Otis Richmond observes, it is equally important to point out that Lee Morgan was an activist inspired by black militant movements and he organized other music performers and artists to picket and protest against racism. These actions were often dramatically successful.

 Interview with Norman Otis Richmond Download Program Podcast
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00:10:26 English 2016-11-21
 Toronto, Ontario
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