Protest and Politics in Music

“The choice to be apolitical is a total privilege… People who go, “well, I’m not political” or, “the music I make is not political’ – that’s born out of privilege.” In Australia, a history of racial and socio-political struggles is…

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“The choice to be apolitical is a total privilege… People who go, “well, I’m not political” or, “the music I make is not political’ – that’s born out of privilege.”

In Australia, a history of racial and socio-political struggles is directly reflected in its musical output. The Mix panel – featuring Mo’Ju, Ziggy Ramo and Shaad D’Souza, discusses protest and politics in music.

Reporter/producer/editor – Lisa Skerrett
Camera – Tony Norton

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