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PROTEST: A Revolutionary Rock Opus

is about the brave women and the movements that have defined them. Not only in their communities but in politics, and around the world!  No matter the cultural issue—gun violence, climate change, civil rights—women have been at the forefront, leading the protests and fighting for change.

PROTEST pays tribute to the Women Activists that have made a substantial impact on their communities, politics, and the world!  Together, these famous protesters ride the resurrected Freedom Bus to a variety of decades re-experiencing each Protest where they begin to create conversations to help understand one another and begin healing between races, generations, and the reason why we must protest for change.  

 

The exciting NEW original Rock compositions in PROTEST transcend the decades. The songs were created for Protests ranging from the Civil Rights era to Black Lives Matter, Climate Change, Gun Violence, Voting rights and suppression, Women’s rights, Immigrant rights, and War.  The inspiration for PROTEST came to fruition in the wake of George Floyd’s murder and the upheaval in the Twin Cities that followed.  The Covid 19 pandemic left Artists with free time, unemployed, and the urge to help in whatever way they could.  Several Artists (composers, lyricists, producers)  signed on to help create these exciting new songs.  PROTEST a Revolutionary Rock Opus was developed to not only give employment to artists, writers, composers, and lyricists in this time of COVID-19 but to give them an outlet to inspire change in our society through their music!

PAYING TRIBUTE TO:

 

Greta Thunberg  (Climate)

Emma Gonzalez (Parkland Gun Control)

Alice Paul (Suffragist)

Stacey Abrams (Voting Rights)

Malala Yousafzai (Female Education)

Kimberly Jones (George Floyd Activist & Author)

Dolores Huerta (United Farm Workers)

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (Green New Deal, Politician)

Alicia Garza, Patrisse Cullors & Opal Tometi (Black Lives Matter Co-Founders)

Angela Davis & Elaine Brown (Black Panthers)​

Diane Nash (Civil Rights)

Whoopi Goldberg, America Ferrara, Gloria Steinem (Woman's March)

Jayna Zweiman & Krista Suh (Pussy Hat Project)

Winona LaDuke (Standing Rock)

Michelle Cook, Morning Star Gali, Jaslyn Charger, LaDonna Brave Bull Allard (Standing Rock)

Eartha Kitt (Vietnam & Underprivileged Youth)

Jane Fonda (Vietnam) 

Marsha P. Johnson (Stonewall & LGBTQ Rights)

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