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Guthrie, Dylan, Kendrick Lamar: musical protest is still active

The Australian
Covered by many folk singers, but most brilliantly by Paul Robeson at Peekskill in 1949. 3 Blowin' in the Wind (1962). The most famous of the scores of protest songs Bob Dylan wrote in the early years. He continued sporadically to write them later ...

1980 Academy Awards Documentary Short Winner Paul Robeson: Tribute To An Artist News

Reviewed: BANTU; Frigg; Hercules & Love Affair; Ashley Davies

The Australian
Set opener Afropunk has an even harder edge that hints at Afro-American heavy hitters Living Color and Fishbone while referencing black liberationist legends Paul Robeson and boxer Jack Johnson. Anything for the Boys addresses Nigeria's ongoing ...

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Once Upon a City: How we came to love Roy Thomson Hall

Toronto Star
From left are Toronto Mayor Art Eggleton, Ontario Premier William Davis federal Communications Minister Francis Fox, Metro Chairman Paul Godfrey (partially hidden) and master of ceremonies Arnold Edinborough (David Cooper / Toronto Star) | Order this ...

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How floods are eroding Majuli island, Assam's cultural nerve centre

Economic Times
The intimidating level of the Brahmaputra in the monsoons reflects a poignant picture of reverence and exasperation. Assam sees an annual onslaught of floods, which wipe away lives and homes. But the river, also known as the Luit, continues to flow ...

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