Protest Anthems Podcast

All Things Music, Social Justice, and Protest

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Guerrilla Radio: Transcript Final

Transcription (mins): 0:00-0:49 Intro: Hello, and welcome back to Protest Anthems. In this episode, Alex Gonzalez discusses the major themes of “Guerilla Radio” a song written by the band Rage Against the Machine. Rage released the song in 1999 on… Continue Reading →

Where Is The Love- Transcript

Podcast Transcript: This week we’re going to be talking about a newly released remake by the black eyed peas of their 2003 hit, “Where is the love”. This remake features other musicians, including Justin Timberlake, Sean “Puff Daddy” Combs, Usher,… Continue Reading →

The Story of O.J. – Final Transcription

[intro to “The Story of O.J.”] Shawn Corey Carter, known as Jay-Z, has been an accomplished, respected, and professional American rapper since 1994. Jay-Z has an enormous, dedicated fan-base from being one the most influential artists to begin the new… Continue Reading →

Pumped Up Kicks final

  INTRO: Hello. Welcome back to Protest Anthems, the podcast about all things music, social justice and protests. In a society plagued by violence, Mark Foster, singer and songwriter of the indie pop band Foster the People, draws our attention… Continue Reading →

Neighbors: Representing the Black Community

    Podcast Transcript:   Hip Hop and Rap music are genres that represent and speak up for the black community. It’s a great way for artists to speak up for social justice issues. Many hip hop artists are widely… Continue Reading →

Now Podcast

This podcast was completed by Vilma Fermin for Popular Music, Protest, and Social Justice at St. Joseph’s University, taught by Dr. Bill Wolff.  In his new album, War and Leisure, Miguel enters a new realm of political activism that is… Continue Reading →

Paranoia – Final

    In 2013, the year that the album Acid Rap debuted, 414 people were killed in Chicago. 80 percent of those deaths were attributed to gun violence. “While amounting to an 18 percent increase from 2012, which saw a… Continue Reading →

XXX. – Final

Hello, welcome back to protest anthems. The podcast about all things music, social justice, and protest. Today, Emily Blumetti discusses Kendrick Lamar’s song X-rated (XXX.), the eleventh track on his album DAMN. The song was released in April of 2017… Continue Reading →

You Don’t Own Me – Final

“You Don’t Own Me” – Grace “You don’t own me”   Hello everyone. Thank you for tuning in. My name is Marina and I will be discussing You Don’t Own Me – how Lesley Gore’s 1960’s Second wave feminism pop… Continue Reading →


    Bill Wolff: Hello and welcome back to protest anthems, the podcast about all things music social justice and protest. Today Lauren Bourque dissects and reflects on the song Alright by Kendrick Lamar, off his 2015 album To Pimp… Continue Reading →

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