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Untouchable Music School

From: World Vision Report
Series: Stories from the World Vision Report
Length: 06:01

The Merasi are a group of Untouchables, the lowest caste in India. They've been singing and playing music for higher caste patrons for the past 2,000 years. The songs are mystical, and mesmerizing. And they're in danger of dying out. Now, there’s an effort to keep them alive. Independent producer Adam Pogoff has this commentary.

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