VOX: The History of American Protest Music


From “Yankee Doodle” to Kendrick Lamar – How Protest Music evolved From Civil War Refrains to Viral Trump Videos

APR 24, 2017 – Bridgett Henwood of VOX has a good piece up about the history of American protest music, from “Free America” of the American Revolutionary War to a Tribe Called Quest protesting the 2016 US Presidential election results and at the 2017 GRAMMYs. The post has a lot of cool stuff I never knew, and there is a lot there, check it out over at VOX.com HERE, or the link is below. Listen to “Free America” on YouTube at the link HERE, or click on the graphic.

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