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Jason Fuller 9h
It’s a tear jerker, y’all. team not only lifted name up, but they introduced her to us in the most intimate way🥺📻👇🏽🙏🏽
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Hadestown 14h
Join and other speakers at a Virtual Town Hall TODAY, looking at the impact of COVID-19 and systematic inequity in communities of color. We join together to support the continued fight for equality and look forward to learning.
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"When is it okay to protest? How about now?" Clarinetist Anthony McGill Kneels, Pleads And Plays For Justice
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bandcamp Jun 3
We're waiving our share of sales this Friday, June 5th, from midnight to midnight PDT. Here’s a list of artists and labels with special releases, including many donating to organizations in support of racial justice and change.
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jon batiste Jun 3
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jlo Jun 3
Podcasts to listen to👂: 1619 (), CODE SWITCH (), POD SAVE THE PEOPLE ()
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el-p Jun 3
I just want you guys to know that in the last 45 minutes you have already donated well over $10k to the charities on our suggested donations page. THANK YOU. KEEP GOING. ❤️❤️❤️
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Run The Jewels Jun 3
Run The Jewels 4 is out now - FREE on our website and avail everywhere you listen to music. 4️⃣:
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Josh Rogosin Jun 3
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Josh Rogosin Jun 3
Jazz musicians have always faced systems of discrimination in America. One insidious example was the cabaret card, a form of identification required for any musician to work in a New York nightclub from 1940 to 1967.
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Josh Rogosin Jun 2
Every night I walk around the US Capitol to end the day. Tonight I headed out early to make DC’s 7pm curfew and ran into this peaceful protest. It was stunningly beautiful.
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Mano Jun 2
The story of Rahul Dubey, a D.C. resident who provided refuge in his home for over 70 protesters fleeing police last night. Spoke to him earlier today and made the radio piece for .
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John Lansing Jun 1
I am profoundly thankful to our journalists at NPR and Member stations who are on the front lines covering these events.
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Josh Rogosin Jun 1
NPR Shares Over 100 Live Performances From 9:30 Club Archive
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VANITY FAIR May 30
From 1619 to Code Switch, here are nine podcasts hosted by black voices that demand your attention this week
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André De Shields Jun 1
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Barack Obama Jun 1
I wrote out some thoughts on how to make this moment a real turning point to bring about real change––and pulled together some resources to help young activists sustain the momentum by channeling their energy into concrete action.
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