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This week's Otis Brown Podcast takes its title from Peter Case's great "The Open Road Song." I seem to be obsessed with singing this song lately. I've also been thinking about what constitutes "professional dress" for me and how this period of isolation may be changing that. Though I'm in a position to flout expectations of professional dress in my workplace, I fully-realize that not everyone has or wants that option, so I also want to use the podcast description to promote "Dress for Success," a really wonderful organization that has been helping economically disadvantaged women pull themselves out of poverty by providing them with the necessary professional attire they need to get and keep the career jobs they have trained for and deserve. If you would like to explore the organization or make a donation, you can find them online at www.dressforsuccess.org.
Be well friends.
Peter Case "The Open Road Song"
Repo Man (1984)
Cormac McCarthy, Suttree (1979)
John Randolph Neal
"Scopes Monkey Trial"
William Jennings Bryan
Ralph Waldo Emerson "Self-Reliance"