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BY Brad Sigal | United States | 12/29/19
Here are my favorite political songs of 2019.
BY Brad Sigal | Saint Paul, MN | 12/28/17
Like many hated right-wing politicians before him, Trump has provoked not just protests but also a lot of music reflecting on and expressing outrage about his reactionary actions and words.
BY Cassia Laham | West Palm Beach, Florida | 9/04/17
On Sept. 3, legendary punk rock band Green Day rocked out before 20,000 screaming fans at South Florida’s Coral Sky Amphitheater.
BY Brad Sigal | United States | 12/31/16
Here’s some new music from the past year that can help inspire us to carry forward and strengthen our movements for the struggles to come.
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BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 4/23/16
In a massive outpouring, thousands of people gathered at First Avenue nightclub April 21 after news spread that Prince was found dead at his home, Paisley Park, that morning.
BY Tom Burke | Grand Rapids, MI | 1/29/14
Singer and folk music icon Pete Seeger passed away today, Jan. 28. Seeger was known for popularizing folk songs and signing everywhere he went.
BY staff | Detroit, MI | 1/09/14
The American Civil Liberties Union of Michigan and the Detroit music duo Insane Clown Posse (ICP), filed a federal lawsuit Jan. 8 on behalf of Juggalos, or fans of ICP, saying their constitutional rights to expression and association were violated when the U.S. government wrongly and arbitrarily classified the entire fan base as a “hybrid” criminal gang.
BY staff | Chicago | 11/30/10
Over 200 people danced and chanted, “Viva, viva, Palestina!” the night of Nov. 24 for the Hip Hop Defends Free Speech! Benefit, a fund-raiser for anti-war activists targeted by the FBI.
BY staff | Twin Cities, MN | 1/03/09
Junkyard Empire is a band from the Twin Cities that started out in 2006. They are a band with revolutionary music and revolutionary politics. Their lyrics and their music make you want to listen carefully and inspire you to want to take action.
BY Ron Hamilton | Chicago, IL | 2/01/04
To the tune of R. Kelly’s Thoia Thoing song, adapted by Ron Hamilton.
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