"Cancel culture" has rocked the world of social media for a while now, but a man named Paul Robeson was once cancelled by the US government in real life! Garrett chats with Cesare Civetta about the often overlooked legacy of Mr. Robeson, and Scott tackles the cognitive dissonance of being an ally while maintaining a position of power. Garrett and Scott also continue their closer look at so-called "country" music.
Kanye West - "Diamonds from Sierra Leone"
Lady A - "Doin' Fine"
Keb' Mo' - "Every Morning"
Charlie Pride - "Between You and Me"
Dolly Parton - "Light of a Clear Blue Morning"
Crystal Gayle - "Take Me Home"
Giuseppe Verdi - "Salve, Allah" from Il Corsaro
Pete Seeger - "Joe Hill"
Traditional - "Goin' Home"
Jerome Kern - "Ol Man River"
TRILLOQUY in the Star Tribune
TRILLOQUY on 91Classical
"A Letter on Justice and Open Debate"
Cesare Civetta's website