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‘Run It Up’ Podcast, Ep. 3: Kenosha Kid, Imani Scott-Blackwell

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Kenosha Kid

In “Run It Up,” Flagpole‘s new podcast, we take a deeper look at some of the stories from the current issue. In this week’s episode, Kenosha Kid guitarist and composer Dan Nettles talks to Gabe Vodicka about his band’s exploratory sound, as heard on the new album Missing Pieces. Plus, Athens activist Imani Scott-Blackwell tells Gabe and Blake Aued what she witnessed on her recent trip to the U.S.-Mexico border.

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