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Episode 2: Anti-racism/anti-police brutality songs.

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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.
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John on Tuesday, 14 July 2020 06:17

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.

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.
John on Tuesday, 14 July 2020 09:37

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"

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"
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