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Afrobeat Archives - Shadowproof

Afrobeat Archives - Shadowproof

For the May 3 newsletter, Shadowproof managing editor Kevin Gosztola paid tribute to Nigerian drummer Tony Allen. *** Tony Allen developed a signature way of playing the drums, including polyrhythms, that defined some of the most revolutionary music ever produced. And right up until his death at the age ofFrom Nigerian musician Seun Kuti, the youngest son of Fela Kuti, comes this protest anthem aimed at Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari, as well as corrupt governments throughout the world.  “Corporate Public Control Department (C.P.C.D.)” features a classic afrobeat rhythm, with...

May 6, 2020
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Anti-Fascism Archives - Shadowproof

Anti-Fascism Archives - Shadowproof

The following was originally published at Ongoing History of Protest Music. Punk rock has a long history of “fuck Nazi/fascists” type songs. The latest release by The Muslims, aqueer, Black, and Brown Muslim punk band hailing from North Carolina, upholds that tradition. The Muslims formed in 2017. Since then, theyProud Boys, Three Percenters, and other white supremacists gathered with protection from police at the “We The People” rally in Philadelphia.Dozens of anti-racist and anti-fascist activists gathered in Tennessee to protest a conference held by the white supremacist magazine,...

May 12, 2020
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Protest Music Project

Protest Music Project

Protest music is not dead! The Protest Music Project features reviews, interviews, and coverage of today’s socially-conscious singers and songwriters.After completion of a United States tour with his father, Mádé released his latest single “No More Wars,” featuring powerhouse vocals and expert backing from his newly formed band The Movement.CNN host Michael Smerconish interviewed Roger Waters about his “This Is Not A Drill” concert tour. By comparing the 7-minute edited version that aired to the 28-minute uncut version, which Smerconish posted, it is evident that producers used the...

April 16, 2020
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Shadowproof: Independent journalism on movements for justice

Shadowproof: Independent journalism on movements for justice

The latest single from Canadian indigenous throat singer Tanya Tagaq’s forthcoming album, “Tongues,” is about accountability. “Oh, you’re guilty,” she sings. “It’s not a question,” a press release from her states.In the second part of a feature on Afghan women after the end of U.S. military occupation and the resurgence of the Taliban, Brendan Maslauskas Dunn covers how women are coping with trauma and anxiety while organizing resistance.This article was funded by paid subscribers of The Dissenter, a project of Shadowproof. Become a paid subscriber and help us expand our work....

January 17, 2021
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Protest Song of the Week Archives - Page 6 of 19 - Shadowproof

Protest Song of the Week Archives - Page 6 of 19 - Shadowproof

clipping. is an experimental hip-hop trio made up of rapper Daveed Diggs and producers Jonathan Snipes and William Hutson. They recently released their third album, “There Existed an Addiction to Blood.” Die Jim Crow, a project that supports current and formerly incarcerated musicians, produced this jazz tune on what it’s like to be released from prison.The following was originally published at Ongoing History Of Protest Songs. The Trump administration has received widespread criticism for its anti-immigration policies. That includes the heartless act of separating children from their...

January 11, 2021
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Shadowproof: Independent journalism on movements for justice

Shadowproof: Independent journalism on movements for justice

WikiLeaks has published an assessment report from the Homeland Security Department (DHS) on the Occupy movement that was put together in October of last year. The assessment was attached to a Stratfor email. The report hypes alleged risks and threats the Occupy movement poses to “critical infrastructure” by looking at their “impacts” on financial services, commercial facilities, transportation, emergency services and government facilities.(update below) The transparency organization WikiLeaks has published an assessment report from the Homeland Security Department (DHS) on the Occupy...

December 25, 2020
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Protest Song Of The Week: 'Odana' By Mali Obomsawin

Protest Song Of The Week: 'Odana' By Mali Obomsawin

Originally published atIndigenous bassist, composer, and bandleader Mali Obomsawin recently left the folk trio, Lula Wiles.With Lula Wiles, she wasn’t afraid to compose politically explicit tunes and to speak out on indigenousissues while on stage.But after nearly six years of performing to predominantly white audiences, she was frustrated with the apathy and racism that she experienced.“I don’t want to put myself in that position anymore because it is really alienating and scary, andsometimes you get really messed-up feedback from audiences or online,” Obomsawin said. “I discovered...

Sep 7
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