Kelly Askew, ASC affiliated faculty and professor of anthropology and Afro-American and African studies, and Lisa Mullins, host of NPR’s Here & Now, discuss the remarkable life and achievements of Leo Sarkisian. Sarkisian is the creator of the Voice of America radio show "Music Time in Africa.” In the 1950s, he traveled to Pakistan, Afghanistan, and different parts of Africa to record local music and feature these recordings on his radio show. Sarkisian passed away in June at age 97.

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