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Sheroes Mixtape Memoir with Judy Collins

Judy Collins is a living legend. At 83, the multi-Grammy winning singer, songwriter, activist, and author remains a vibrant and creative force, now six decades into her career. She was the woman who kickstarted the careers of Leonard Cohen and Joni Mitchell and many others by recording their songs and making them hits. With her handpicked playlist of songs by Woody Guthrie, Bob Dylan, Joan Baez, and Leonard Cohen, Judy Collins shares her memories and more with host Carmel Holt on this episode of Mixtape Memoir. *DISCLAIMER ABOUT THE INCLUSION OF THE SONG “THE WHISTLING GYPSY”: “Gypsy” is a term rooted in oppression and racism. Roma/Romani is the actual term for a community that, unfortunately, most people know as “gypsies”. We do not condone its use, however the song is pivotal to our guest’s story, and is included here for accuracy. Please be advised that for this reason, this episode does contain discriminatory content which some may find offensive.* *DISCLAIMER ABOUT THE INCLUSION OF THE SONG “THE WHISTLING GYPSY”: “Gypsy” is a term rooted in oppression and racism. Roma/Romani is the actual term for a community that, unfortunately, most people know as “gypsies”. We do not condone its use, however the song is pivotal to our guest’s story, and is included here for accuracy. Please be advised that for this reason, this episode does contain discriminatory content which some may find offensive.*

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