All Things Music, Social Justice, and Protest

Month December 2022

Second Listening Post; Love It If We Made It

The 1975’s, Love It If We Made It, commentates the social and political state of the world. The theme throughout the song’s lineage is the discussion of relevant socio-political issues that were prominent in society during the time of the… Continue Reading →

“Wild Hearts Can’t Be Broken” by P!nk, the ballad that inspires women everywhere.

“Wild Hearts Can’t Be Broken” Final Podcast: Trigger warning: sexual assault, eating disorders, drug overdose, abuse (Waiting on SoundCloud Dispute) Aly Raisman addresses Larry Nassar, calls out U.S.A. Gymnastics in victim impact statement | ESPN*trigger warning: sexual assault* (WATCH) U.S…. Continue Reading →

The Woman: An Everyday Hero Taylor Swift’s “The Man”

Listen to the full podcast here: “You’re always going to have people going did she write her own songs talking about your personal life talking about your dating life there’s a different vocabulary for men and women in the music… Continue Reading →

Woman by Doja Cat Podcast  “Doja Cat is a female rapper that has risen to fame over the last 3 years. She is a sensation in the music industry and in our present moment. She sings wonderful songs like…” (1:09 – 1:16) “As… Continue Reading →

Driving Towards Environmental Awareness in a “Big Yellow Taxi” Podcast

Listen to Driving Towards Environmental Awareness in a “Big Yellow Taxi” Podcast Below: Welcome back to protest anthems, the podcast about all things music, social justice, and protest. In this episode, Arianna Markatos, discusses Joni Mitchell’s “Big Yellow Taxi” and… Continue Reading →

“Pretty Hurts” By Beyonce Podcast

Tape: “Ms. Third Ward, your first question. What is your aspiration in life? Oh, my aspiration in life would be…to be happy”   Narrator: In 2014, the body positive movement was really taking off and becoming mainstream. Many artists began… Continue Reading →

“Fake Happy” by Paramore Podcast One out of every five adults in the United States lives with a mental health condition. Even though experiencing the symptoms of these conditions are unfortunately common, there are still personal and institutional stigmas surrounding mental illness that affect… Continue Reading →

Collect Calls by Kendrick Lamar

“Collect Calls” Podcast Transcript   So, let’s look at the statistics… The United States is home to 5% of the world’s population, but 25% of the world’s prisoners…Think about that. The United States is number one in incarceration. It’s no… Continue Reading →

“Girl in A Country Song” by Maddie & Tae

In 2013 Bro country which is defined as a sub genre of country music that focuses on partying, women’s bodies drinking, and trucks had taken over country radio. Songs by Country artists like Luke Bryan are extremely popular. For example,… Continue Reading →

PMRC by the Bouncing Souls Podcast

  We all have seen those black and white Parental Advisory stickers on our favorite albums, but do you know where those came from?  In 1985, a group of women, known as the Washington Wives due to their personal relations… Continue Reading →

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