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Mirron Willis' enthralling, richly authentic narration of Christopher Paul Curtis' award-winning novel, transports listeners to a historic Canadian settlement of former slaves as 11-year-old Elijah Freeman confronts the realities of slavery.
Kent State uses alternating voices to convey the experiences behind the shootings at Kent State University on May 4, 1970. Original music by Jim Pearce and vivid sound effects combine with the narration to create an immersive, thought-provoking, and immediate experience for any listener.
Bluesy harmonica music introduces Dion Graham's smooth baritone voice, eloquently returning listeners to the era of Negro League baseball in Kadir Nelson's award-winning book.