A Generation previously protest music both reflected an era of political ferment and helped push the agenda for peaceful change. Joseph Schumacher looks at the current state of protest music and wonders what happened.
Aside from music being used a tool for personal expression, it also has the potential to influence social and political cultures. John Lennon, musician and social activist, has proven this to be true. Over the decades, Lennon’s songs have resembled reception and empowerment of human rights, and resistance and protest
Hip Hop and the Art of Peace Education Academic Research, by earthsaylove.org
Sufiya Yamin talks with G1 and RodStarz of Rebel Diaz about building community through art and music, opposing cultures of violence, and proposing cultures of justice, dignity, and peace.
In 2013, I participated in Momma’s Hip Hop Kitchen Volume 6. It was a program I hoped to perform in, for sometime. What sparked my interest was the solidarity among women. What I find in hip hop is a real absence of the divine feminine energy and to me, hip
Stic.man of Dead Prez speaks with Jesaka Saylove about success, art, revolution, nonviolence, education, community values, health, gender, the right to land, inspiration, peace, war, his latest music, books, and projects, and a lot more.