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Episode 30: Black, White & Gray: Our Personal Stories of Race Music For The New Revolution

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Episode 30 is "Black, White & Gray: How life, culture, time & place contributed to our personal understanding of Race." Rodney and David have an open and honest discussion of issues related to race and racism, featuring music by Rodney Whittenberg, They Might Be Giants, John McCutcheon, David Roth, The Carpenters, The Freedom Singers, Pete Seeger, Quincy Jones, Sweet Honey in the Rock, Gil Scott-Heron, Two of a Kind and Sarah Pirtle.

1. Rodney Whittenberg: Don't Fit In
2. They Might Be Giants: Your Racist Friend
3. John McCutcheon: Steals of the White Man (new recording!)
4. David Roth: Dragon to Butterfly
5. The Carpenters: We've Only Just Begun
6. The Freedom Singers: Fighting for My Rights
7. Pete Seeger: We Shall Overcome
8. The Freedom Singers: I Love Your Dog, I Love My Dog
9. Quincy Jones: "Roots" Mural Theme
10. Sweet Honey in the Rock: Chile Your Waters Run Red Through Soweto
11. Gil Scott-Heron et al: Let Me See Your I.D. (from "Sun City")
12. Two of a Kind: The Colors of Earth (by Sarah Pirtle)

Artwork: Black, White, and Gray, by Franz Kline (1959)

Episode 30 is "Black, White & Gray: How life, culture, time & place contributed to our personal understanding of Race." Rodney and David have an open and honest discussion of issues related to race and racism, featuring music by Rodney Whittenberg, They Might Be Giants, John McCutcheon, David Roth, The Carpenters, The Freedom Singers, Pete Seeger, Quincy Jones, Sweet Honey in the Rock, Gil Scott-Heron, Two of a Kind and Sarah Pirtle.

1. Rodney Whittenberg: Don't Fit In
2. They Might Be Giants: Your Racist Friend
3. John McCutcheon: Steals of the White Man (new recording!)
4. David Roth: Dragon to Butterfly
5. The Carpenters: We've Only Just Begun
6. The Freedom Singers: Fighting for My Rights
7. Pete Seeger: We Shall Overcome
8. The Freedom Singers: I Love Your Dog, I Love My Dog
9. Quincy Jones: "Roots" Mural Theme
10. Sweet Honey in the Rock: Chile Your Waters Run Red Through Soweto
11. Gil Scott-Heron et al: Let Me See Your I.D. (from "Sun City")
12. Two of a Kind: The Colors of Earth (by Sarah Pirtle)

Artwork: Black, White, and Gray, by Franz Kline (1959)

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