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KRT ENTERTAINMENT STORY SLUGGED: INDIGO KRT PHOTOGRAPH BY ERIK CAMPOS/THE STATE (MAY 24) Georgia-based Amy Ray, left, and Emily Saliers are the Indigo Girls, a musical duo with a gift for song writing and penchant for tackling topical social and political issues. Although they have sold millions of records and won awards, they're also at least equally known for their role as musical activists. (CS) PL KD 2000 (Horiz) (mvw)

KRT ENTERTAINMENT STORY SLUGGED: INDIGO KRT PHOTOGRAPH BY ERIK CAMPOS/THE STATE (MAY 24) Georgia-based Amy Ray, left, and Emily Saliers are the Indigo Girls, a musical duo with a gift for song writing and penchant for tackling topical social and political issues. Although they have sold millions of records and won awards, they’re also at least equally known for their role as musical activists. (CS) PL KD 2000 (Horiz) (mvw)

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