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Frida Kahlo’s voice?
Mexico's National Sound Library released what may be the first and only recording of Frida Kahlo's voice. Pavel Granados, the director at the museum, explains why he believes it might actually be the iconic Mexican artist. While still under investigation to verify the audio, Gannit Ankori, an art historian at Brandeis University, says she doubts its authenticity. Host Carol Hills speaks with Ankori who curates and writes about Kahlo's work.