Protest Song Of The Week: ‘La Banda Más Chingón en Wyoming’ By No-No Boy Featuring Mariachi Los Broncos
No-No Boy is a multimedia project formed by Julian Saporiti & Erin Aoyama while pursuing their doctorates at Brown University.
Celtic punk band Dropkick Murphys recorded this song based on unused lyrics from Woody Guthrie for their forthcoming album, “Okemah Rising.”
Die Jim Crow Records Releases New Music From Hip-Hop Artist Wrongfully Convicted And Imprisoned For 25 Years
Die Jim Crow Records, the first record company to work exclusively with musicians impacted by the United States prison system, has collaborated with another formerly incarcerated artist named EL BENTLY 448.
On World Press Freedom Day, the United States State Department abandoned its policy of not commenting on the case against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and essentially backed the prosecution against him.
While US officials condemn certain countries for oppressing journalists on World Press Freedom Day, they still are prosecuting Julian Assange.
he media and political establishment’s myth of Pentagon Papers whistleblower Daniel Ellsberg as the “good leaker” will outlive Ellsberg.
Mark Stewart made several contributions to the canon of protest music as part of the pioneering UK
post-punk band The Pop Group, his solo work, and various other projects. He died on
April 19, 2023, at the age of 62, and no cause of death was immediately shared.
North Carolina Judge Convicts Journalists Of ‘Trespassing’ While Covering Eviction Of Homeless Encampment
A judge in North Carolina found two journalists with the Asheville Blade guilty of “trespassing” on Christmas in 2021 when they stayed in a public park to cover Asheville police as officers evicted a homeless encampment.
British police invoked a terrorism law in the United Kingdom to question and later arrest a French publisher over his alleged involvement in protests in France.
Dawn Ray’d is a UK anarchist black metal band that draws from the folk traditions of rebel music. On their latest album “To Know The Light,” the trio conveys a rousing anti-fascist message that balances the bleakness that black metal is known for with a sense of optimism.