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March 20, 2013 4:25 PM

Merlene Davis: UK's Black Women's Conference focuses on the power of song

Melynda Price believes in order for change agents to endure, they should have a favorite song or genre of music readily available during the shaky times life brings. "To be an activist, you need a soundtrack of music that you can go to and get your mind straight," Price said.

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