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Native Americans Giving Back: Martha Redbone
Not every singer has a voice for blending her upbringing with an echo of mountain holler and values distilled in the South since before America was founded, but one does: Martha Redbone. Raised on Appalachian folk music and Piedmont blues, Martha Redbone grew up on Clinch Mountain (in Virginia), in Harlan County, KY and in […]
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Answering the Call of Isaac
A public service announcement by National Relief Charities in behalf of the United Houma Nation.
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