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 Taylor Report 
 Norman Otis Richmond, Bluesologist and anti-colonial political commentator
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For a sense of the times in which the modern anti-racist civil-rights movement emerged, it can be found in the new film “Hidden Figures.”
The young black women whose mathematical prowess enabled the NASA space program to succeed should make it clear how racism then and now has held back not only black Americans, but the whole country. The sound track, featuring Ray Charles, leads Otis Richmond to reflect also on how central African-American music is to modern world culture.

 Interview with Norman Otis Richmond Download Program Podcast
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00:18:51 English 2017-01-23
 Toronto, Ontario
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