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Podcast: Anti-racism/Police brutality protest songs which have through the years resonated with downtrodden people in different parts of the world.

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In recent weeks, the world has been gripped by racially diverse, anti-racism protests, following the deaths of George Floyd and Rayshard Brooks in the U.S.

In part one of this podcast, I cast light upon a select few, thought-provoking, and conceptual anti-racism/anti-police brutality and social injustice protest songs, from across the globe, which have resonated with oppressed peoples of all races, through the years.

Songs like 2pac's "Changes" for instance are acclaimed on account of conveying messages of peace and equality and making a clarion call for people of all races to come together to make changes.

Have a listen

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Comments

Wanasolo Richard Reeves on Tuesday, 23 June 2020 11:19

This is great. Keep sharing with the podcast

This is great. Keep sharing with the podcast
Wetaya Richard on Tuesday, 23 June 2020 13:27

Thanks, Bruh

Thanks, Bruh
John on Tuesday, 23 June 2020 19:20

This a reaching hand as far as sensitisation on value awareness of an individual goes. In the mind of most coloured people, a white man is always painted in the good picture whilst the coloured man is forexample the dark picture demonized literally; the black cat story for example, it's never a white dog or a white cat that brings bad omen. And so the belief is carried on.... Big up to you for this podcast, it helps to lessen the negativity around the black man

This a reaching hand as far as sensitisation on value awareness of an individual goes. In the mind of most coloured people, a white man is always painted in the good picture whilst the coloured man is forexample the dark picture demonized literally; the black cat story for example, it's never a white dog or a white cat that brings bad omen. And so the belief is carried on.... Big up to you for this podcast, it helps to lessen the negativity around the black man
Wetaya Richard on Thursday, 25 June 2020 07:40

Thanks a great deal, John

Thanks a great deal, John
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