Committing Faith in Public: “Songs of Conscience, Sounds of Freedom”

On this special edition of Committing Faith in Public, Gary Peluso-Verdend walks and talks with Woody Guthrie Center executive director Deana McCloud through the exhibit, “Songs of Conscience, Sounds of Freedom.”

This traveling exhibit debuted  in Tulsa and is at the WGC through October 11. Listen as Gary interviews Deana regarding select items from the collection that sweeps from the Revolutionary War to the murder of George Floyd and the commemoration of the Tulsa Race Massacre. Their tour ranges from Frank Sinatra to Mickey Guyton, from liberation jazz to John Lennon, from Bob Dylan to Shemekiah Copeland.

The podcast includes song clips from various artists. Phillips’ senior director of communications Kurt Gwartney accompanied Deana and Gary  (he took the photos). Enjoy and learn!

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