Right-Wing Extremism's Rural Roots; Rhiannon Giddens Sings Songs Of Lament : Here & Now Some of the Jan. 6 rioters at the Capitol harbor the belief that the government has abandoned average Americans — particularly in rural areas of the U.S. Jim McLean of Kansas News Service reports. And, for Grammy-winning musician Rhiannon Giddens, singing songs of lament brings comfort. We revisit host Peter O'Dowd's conversation from April with the musician about her latest album, "They're Calling Me Home."

Right-Wing Extremism's Rural Roots; Rhiannon Giddens Sings Songs Of Lament

Right-Wing Extremism's Rural Roots; Rhiannon Giddens Sings Songs Of Lament

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Some of the Jan. 6 rioters at the Capitol harbor the belief that the government has abandoned average Americans — particularly in rural areas of the U.S. Jim McLean of Kansas News Service reports.

And, for Grammy-winning musician Rhiannon Giddens, singing songs of lament brings comfort. We revisit host Peter O'Dowd's conversation from April with the musician about her latest album, "They're Calling Me Home."

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