The singer-songwriter's music transcends genres and borders. She has worked with teens from conflict zones and performed for the likes of Nelson Mandela and the Dalai Lama. Morley talks about her new album, Undivided, and using her music as an instrument for social change.
Day started singing and dancing when she was a teenager, and made her first film at 24. After nearly 40 movies, she walked away from that part of her life in 1968, and started rescuing and caring for animals. Here, she speaks to Terry Gross in a lengthy interview about her career in film and music.
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