A Navajo Songwriter's Moving 'Journey' Navajo singer-songwriter Geraldine Barney left the reservation a few years ago to attend music school in Boston. Her trip inspired "Journey," topic of the latest edition of "What's in a Song," an occasional series from the Western Folklife Center. Each part of the series explores one song and its story.
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A Navajo Songwriter's Moving 'Journey'

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A Navajo Songwriter's Moving 'Journey'

A Navajo Songwriter's Moving 'Journey'

A Navajo Songwriter's Moving 'Journey'

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Navajo singer-songwriter Geraldine Barney left the reservation a few years ago to attend music school in Boston. Her trip inspired "Journey," topic of the latest edition of "What's in a Song," an occasional series from the Western Folklife Center. Each part of the series explores one song and its story.