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Remember Sacco and Vanzetti

1970s
Remember the heroes who gave their lives for you
(Continues)
Contributed by Dq82 2021/4/6 - 12:57
Song Itineraries: Sacco and Vanzetti
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Bobby Sands' Last Cry

A biographical protest folk song about Irish hunger striker Bobby Sands, which was written shortly after his death in May of 1981.
Belfast explodes, Derry erupts
(Continues)
Contributed by Dq82 2021/4/6 - 10:41
Song Itineraries: Conflicts in Ireland
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Greensboro Massacre

[1980s]
Parole e musica di Bob A. Feldman, songwriter di Boston, Massachusetts, che ha scritto decine di canzoni tutte di dominio pubblico.

A protest folk song from the early 1980s about the massacre of five labor-movement activists at an anti-Ku Klux Klan (KKK) rally in Greensboro, North Carolina on November 3, 1979.

[…] Lo slogan “Death to the Klan” emerse prepotentemente negli anni ’70, mentre i cavalieri del Klan si diffusero in tutti gli Stati Uniti, favorendo così l’espansione di altri gruppi del Klan, come Invisible Empire. La nuova ondata organizzativa del Klan ha giocato un ruolo rilevante nelle comunità del Sud degli States, come a Greensboro, North Carolina. Un gruppo di sinistra denominato Communist Workers’ Party nel 1979 organizzò un’opposizione militante ed antirazzista al Klan. Per coloro i quali oggi tentano di organizzare una difesa della comunità, l’eredità di Greensboro... (Continues)
The Klan arrived
(Continues)
Contributed by Bernart Bartleby 2017/8/13 - 21:54
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Bloody Minds

The "Bloody Minds" anti-war protest folk song was written in a Furnald Hall dormitory room on Columbia University’s campus in March of 1967, after I discovered that Columbia University was an institutional member of the Pentagon’s Institute for Defense Analyses [IDA] weapons research think-tank and that Columbia University President Grayson Kirk was a member of both IDA’s board of trustees and IDA’s executive committee. The "Bloody Minds" protest folk song was lyrically patterned somewhat after Dylan’s "Masters Of War" protest folk song of the 1960s (which was sung to the melody of the traditional folk song "Nottamun Town" that Jean Ritchie used to sing in the late 1950s and early 1960s).
Come, you Bloody Minds
(Continues)
Contributed by protestfolk 2014/8/1 - 05:44
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Die to Defend Chevron

An anti-war and anti-recruitment protest folk song from the 1980s--with some 21st-century updates.
They want you to die for oil
(Continues)
Contributed by protestfolk 2014/7/31 - 17:59
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Guided by Hate

An anti-war protest folk song written shortly after U.S. Navy warship Vincennes fired a missile at an Iranian airliner on July 3, 1988 and killed nearly 300 civilian passengers.
Sixty-six children, they sat on a jet
(Continues)
Contributed by protestfolk 2014/7/30 - 05:14
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"Humanitarian" NATO

An anti-war folk song that protests against the late 20th-century and early 21st-century USA/NATO policy of "humanitarian" military intervention in foreign countries.
(chorus)
(Continues)
Contributed by protestfolk 2014/7/29 - 20:53
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The Fallacy

An anti-war folk song that protests against 21st-century threats by politicians in Israel, the UK and USA to attack people in Iran.
They threaten still to wage war on Iran
(Continues)
Contributed by protestfolk 2014/7/29 - 19:05




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