Slingshot: Jamila Woods The Chicago singer and poet is one of public radio's artists to watch this year.
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With 'HEAVN,' Jamila Woods Writes A Love Letter To Her City

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Jordan Lee interviews Jamila Woods at Radio Milwaukee. Radio Milwaukee hide caption

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From Church Choirs To Performance Poetry: How Jamila Woods Found Her Voice

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Ben Haggerty, a.k.a. Macklemore, and Jamila Woods collaborated on the song "White Privilege II." Ariel Zambelich/NPR hide caption

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'This Song Is Uncomfortable': Macklemore And Jamila Woods On 'White Privilege'

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