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Arts & Culture

Becoming Tang Sauce: A Conversation With Hip-Hop Artist John Manselle-Young

Twenty-five-year-old hip-hop artist John Manselle-Young is well-known on the Connecticut stage -- performing under the pseudonym Tang Sauce. Coming up, we sit down with the musician to talk about his latest projects and hear his music live on-air. 

But first: President Trump's recent immigration order -- we take a deeper dive into what it really means. We also hear how some undocumented residents are preparing for potential raids in their communities.

GUESTS:

  • Anthony Collins - Immigration attorney based out of Wethersfield, Connecticut
  • Anna Cabot - Teaching Fellow in the Asylum and Human Rights Clinic at UConn Law School
  • Ana María Rivera-Forastieri - Director of Advocacy and Program Development at Junta for Progressive Action in New Haven, Connecticut 
  • Edwin Colon - Senior Staff Attorney at the Center for Children's Advocacy
  • Tang Sauce (John Manselle-Young) - Hartford-based hip-hop artist

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Chion Wolf contributed to this show.

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