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Music legend Mavis Staples tackles the country’s alarming social climate under Donald Trump with her new album, “If All I Was Was Black,” due Nov. 17.

“We’re not loving one another the way we should,” she says in a press release announcing the album. “Some people are saying they want to make the world great again, but we never lost our greatness. We just strayed into division.”

The album marks her third collaboration with songwriter-producer and Wilco founder Jeff Tweedy. The 10 tracks are “about contemporary America today, a present day filled with ghosts of the past,” the release says

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