Cohn, professor at Thomas Jefferson School of Law, past president of the National Lawyers Guild, Deputy Secretary General of the International association of Democratic Lawyers and author of “The United States and Torture: Interrogation, Incarceration and Abuse” talks about whistleblowers Bradley Manning and Edward Snowden, what they reveal, and the vicious campaign of the Obama administration against them. Neville talks about his new film “20 Feet From Stardom”, a film about some of the most stunning singers in musical history- back-up singers- and the music they helped create.

ON World Possibilities | June 20, 2013 | 5:00 am

Shhhhhhhh! They Might Hear You – Two Kinds of Listening: NSA Spys and Soulful Voices That Reshaped Music

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Cohn, professor at Thomas Jefferson School of Law, past president of the National Lawyers Guild, Deputy Secretary General of the International association of Democratic Lawyers and author of “The United States and Torture: Interrogation, Incarceration and Abuse” talks about whistleblowers Bradley Manning and Edward Snowden, what they reveal, and the vicious campaign of the Obama administration against them. Neville talks about his new film “20 Feet From Stardom”, a film about some of the most stunning singers in musical history- back-up singers- and the music they helped create.

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