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In a magnificent and unexpected synthesis of gospel, jazz and contemporary music, Uri Caine tells the moving story of Octavius Catto, born in 1839 in South Carolina of African American parents. His family moved to Philadelphia in 1844, where Catto studied, became a teacher, humanities scholar, senior cricketer and baseball player, and civil rights activist. Together with his fellow activists, Catto fought against electoral discrimination based on race, color or former servitude, and also contributed to the creation of educational institutions for African Americans. Catto was assassinated by Frank Kelly during the 1871 election riots.