Emily Saliers

member of The Indigo Girls

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The Indigo Girls have been intertwining politics and songwriting since they began making music 35 years ago.

The Indigo Girls on marrying music with political activism, learning from Black leaders

The Indigo Girls have been intertwining politics and songwriting since they began making music 35 years ago.

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