WNYC.ORG: Occupying Wall Street – With Drums and Protest Songs


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Gio Andollo, who performs as Gio Safari, at Occupy Wall Street on Monday. (Marlon Bishop/WNYC)

Marlon Bishop on WNYC.org has a great post out on the role that music is playing in the Occupy Wall Street movement, from drums to guitars. The troubadours talk of how music gets people in the mood and motivates them to create social change. “It gets people motivated, it gets people spiritually in the mood, it keep us strong,” said one protester taking part in the drum circle.

Check out the post here.

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