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Sept. 11 Art, Pt. I

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Sept. 11 Art, Pt. I

Sept. 11 Art, Pt. I

Sept. 11 Art, Pt. I

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In the first of a three-part series on how artists deal with tragedy, Chicago Public Radio's Edward Lifson takes a look at the life and work of Kimo Williams. Williams is a composer and a veteran of the Vietnam War.

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