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Arts Express: Gloria Gaynor Talks We Will Survive

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We Will Survive:

A Conversation With Performer Gloria Gaynor. Delving into the journey of her hit song I Will Survive, from its origins as rage against joblessness to an enduring feminist anthem.

Josiane Belasko Talks Demi-Soeur: The French filmmaker and star of this satire about a mentally challenged woman phones in to Arts Express from Paris. Exploring as well how most movies get it all wrong about the disabled, in this case a perplexed protagonist navigating the far from normal world around her.

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Pete Seeger in a publicity photo from 1979
Photo: Warner/Reprise via Wikipedia


Arts Corner:

Italian journalist and artist Chiara Spagnoli Gabardi discusses her current exhibit in the UK, Material Puns. And exactly what that means, and what it has to do with Gabardi's pursuit of the self-ironic in society.

Poetry Corner:

People's poet Jon Anderson reads from his work touching on memories of Pete Seeger, along with an impassioned indictment of "the ruling class international gods of finance."

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