Woody Guthrie at 100

Oklahoma is now ready to accept and celebrate native son Woody Guthrie, the seminal American folk singer who died in 1967. The state resisted honoring Guthrie for decades because of his leftist politics. “I ain’t a Communist necessarily,” Guthrie said, “but I been in the red all my life.” Read more at nytimes.com

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