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Protest Song Of The Week: ‘Chris Columbus’ by Head-Roc

Most of the United States marks Columbus Day on October 10, but there is a movement, which has convinced several city governments to abandon the holiday and instead celebrate Indigenous Peoples’ Day. Hip-hop artist Head-Roc, who describes himself as the mayor of D.C. hip-hop, wrote a protest song that dovetails The post Protest Song Of The Week: ‘Chris Columbus’ by Head-Roc appeared first on Shadowproof.
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