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Legendary singer, actor, scholar, and activist Paul Robeson impressed everyone with his law degree from Columbia, a professional football career, and starring performances throughout America and London. But this son of an escaped slave was also intensely private. His son joins Kojo to discuss his father’s life.
- Paul Robeson Jr. Author of "The Undiscovered Paul Robeson: An Artist's Jouney, 1898-1939" (Pub: John Wiley & Sons)
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