06/13/2016 02:35 pm
Now that we have done the Memorial Day Confederate flag burning and burial across the country two years in a row, one might think that perhaps it is time to consider a more peaceful moment of reconciliation, emotional transcendence, and patriotic unity.

 

10/29/2015 04:57 pm ET
It is undeniable that music can be a powerful force in tearing down cultural curtains, promoting social justice and empowering the kind of social transformation that we saw inspired by Louis Armstrong to Elvis to Sammy Davis Jr., from Nina Simone to Bob Dylan to Disco to the positive elements of Hip Hop.


Burn and Bury Confederate Flag Memorial Day event at 7pm est here: https://t.co/5xPEfSBmDX

For full Burn and Burn Confederate flag Memorial Day Support Kit Video go to: https://t.co/FZMuc2sGOk https://t.co/GzmjvLnu9U

Please join me today at 7 pm est for the 4th annual Burn and Bury Memorial Event. If you are interest in doing your own event check out the support here: https://t.co/FZMuc2sGOk

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. @JohnSimsProject’s AfroDixie music project confronts the song “Dixie,” the anthem of the Confederacy, by remixing, remapping it with a collection of 14 tracks of the song in the many genres of black music.

More on the latest ep of our podcast: https://t.co/MJ4L9CWq5n https://t.co/cN94HS62zI