Thursday, June 4
Sometimes I just need the music to do the talking. I. Am. Pissed. Aren’t you? What fresh kind of hell are we living in today? Unprecedented, unhinged, fragile masculinity, a show of strength, phony religious grandstanding, narcissistic mind fuck, controlling the news cycle. He thinks this is all a TV show and he’s the star, and WHY DON’T YOU LOVE ME??????MOMMY??????DADDY????????
Someone needs a hug.
This show is all about protests and revolution. I have been to my share. There is so much I could have played, and isn’t that telling? I also chose some important speeches I hope you’ll find interesting and important during this time of struggle. Malcolm X, Angela Davis, MLK Jr. Mumia Abu Jamal all have something to say about protest and revolution.
And we thought the pandemic alone was going to define 2020? We’re not even half way through the year, and there’s an election in November, if we can keep it.
Fight the good fight, and all power to the people, always.
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Power to the People: John Lennon
My Favorite Mutiny: The Coup
Wild In The Streets: Circle Jerks
Tear The Fascists Down: Woody Guthrie
The Times They Are A-Changin’: Bob Dylan
A Riot is the Language of the Unheard: Martin Luther King Jr.
Fight the Power: Public Enemy
Mississippi God Damn: Nina Simone
Youth Against Fascism: Sonic Youth
Burnin’ and Lootin’: Bob Marley
How To Disappear Completely: Radiohead
Inner City Blues: Gil Scott-Heron
Becoming and Activist: Angela Davis
What’s Going On: Marvin Gaye
The Mob Rules: Black Sabbath
Fuck Tha Police: NWA
By Any Means Necessary: Malcolm X
When The Revolution Comes: Last Poets
Children of the Revolution: T. Rex
Nazi Punks, Fuck Off: Dead Kennedys
My War: Black Flag
Prisons vs. Preschools: Mumia Abu Jamal
Strange Fruit: Billie Holiday
Talk About A Revolution: Tracy Chapman
What A Wonderful World: Louis Armstrong