Activism

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Seattle Times: Activists hold May Day ‘pop-up’ block party in Seattle to protest youth incarceration

The May Day event included hip-hop performances, food, live-painting and speakers MAY 2, 2017 – May Day marches, rallies and even “pop-up parties” to celebrate worker’s rights, and to protest issues such as war and mass incarceration took place all across America yesterday. Neal Morton of The Seattle Times has a cool piece up about…

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Brown Political Review: Resistance Music in the Trump Era

Resistance Music in the Trump Era By Mara Donadio MARCH 20, 2017 – “Donald Trump’s election has elicited resistance marked by activism and political opposition spanning the entire partisan spectrum, from all corners of the world, expressed by a multitude of media. Perhaps most interestingly, resistance has cropped up through music. Numerous artists of all genres have released songs since November that…

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Billboard: What Will President Trump Mean for Music?

Chuck D, David Crosby, Angie Martinez & Rapsody Weigh In JAN 10, 2017 – Musicians Chuck D and David Crosby, and Rapsody along with NY DJ radio personality Angie Martinez sit down with Billboard and Adelle Platon and Dan Rys to discuss President-Elect Trump, music, and what a Trump Presidency will mean to music. David…

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Dave Matthews & Musicians Stand With Standing Rock

Live Concert Protesting Dakota Pipeline Streamed and Archived Online NOV 28, 2016 – Dave Matthews, along with other musicians such as Neko Kase, Lakota Thunder, Graham Nash and Ledisi, held a concert to protest the construction of the Dakota Pipeline and it sold out quickly, streamed online LIVE yesterday, and is now archived if you…

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