In episode two of this podcast, I present to you more flavours of some powerful anti-racism/anti-police brutality songs. The 2019 Ugandan anti-police brutality song "Afande" by the firebrand People Power President, Bobi Wine is included and also in one of the Africa anti-racism protests sound bytes I use, a Nigerian protestor tells a short story of a Ugandan student who was some years ago shot dead in the U.S by an alleged racist.
As in the previous podcast I, as a global citizen give my two cents on the Black Lives Movement.
Have a listen and feel free to share your views below in the comment section.
Hahaha man that was awesome. I loved it, really good stuff. This is a great piece and my confidence in you is growing sky-high apparently. You narrated it all with a brutal verve that was effective and powerful.
For some reason my first comment is not showing anywhere. But, I remember appreciating this podcast. I highly rate it because the presentation is filled with a certain verve that is effective and powerful thus creating a sky-high confidence in the presenter.
It's quite difficult to express oneself with words properly but allow me use this as an expression, "I Loooove this piece"