The fourth season of the GroundTruth podcast is a series of five episodes called “The New American Songbook,” exploring the lives of today’s immigrants through music. The audio documentaries include the stories of a Haitian-American rapper in Boston trying to make it big back home, two young Somali women bonding over poetry on a commuter train, and a pair of intertwined musical legacies in Lowell. See the full project and hear the episodes here.

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