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Afropunk Mixtape #003: Living History

From the marches on Selma to the marches on Ferguson, black history is living history. January 2015 saw the resurgent Civil Rights Movement gain strength, while a new Attorney General nominee Loretta Lynch, the child of Civil Rights activists, boldly paid her respects to that legacy in her historic confirmation hearing. January 2015 also saw the release of new music rooted firmly in the blues, jazz, and soul from Afropunk favorites like Saul Williams, Project Black Pantera, and Toro Y Moi alongside newcomers like Pluto Moons, Adia Victoria, and Raury.
AFROPUNK mixtape 003: Living History – SoundCloud
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Listen to AFROPUNK mixtape 003: Living History by AFROPUNK #np on #SoundCloud
http://soundcloud.com/afropunk/afropunk-mixtape-003-living-history

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