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“Same Love” and Same-Sex Marriage

Full Transcript INTRO TO “SAME LOVE” PLAYS NEWS REPORT: “A 5-4 decision written by Justice Anthony Kennedy, total victory for the advocates of same-sex marriage.”  NEWS REPORT: “Hear the cheer in the crowd a very dramatic moment here, a 5-4… Continue Reading →

“Same Love” Podcast Draft

***ONLY LISTEN UP TO 5:45 – I didn’t get to edit the rest but I didn’t want to delete my narration and extra clips from the end 5 things I like about my podcast: This was a lot more difficult… Continue Reading →

“Same Love” and lineage

It’s no secret that Macklemore’s, Ryan Lewis’ and Mary Lambert’s song “Same Love” is about LGBTQ+ rights, specifically advocating for the legalization of same-sex marriage. There are songs that are overtly linked to this one, and ones that are linked… Continue Reading →

“Same Love” – Messages of Tolerance

“Same Love” by Macklemore, Ryan Lewis and Mary Lambert makes an abundance of suggestions both to the government and to society as a whole about LGBTQ+ rights. In 2013, when the song was written, gay marriage was not yet legalized… Continue Reading →

“Same Love” and its genre

“Same Love – feat. Mary Lambert” by Macklemore and Ryan Lewis falls into the rap/hip-hop genre as well as the pop genre. Lambert’s emotional chorus lends itself to pop, and the rap verses are quite obviously rap. Before doing any… Continue Reading →

Once Upon A Time…

It wasn’t until June 26, 2015, two years after “Same Love feat. Mary Lambert” by Macklemore and Ryan Lewis was released in 2013, that gay marriage was legalized in all 50 states. Today, it’s hard to remember the hardships that… Continue Reading →

“Same Love” and the LGBTQ+ experience

For my protest anthems podcast, I’ve decided to work with Macklemore’s and Ryan Lewis’ “Same Love – feat. Mary Lambert,” which was released in 2013. In first thinking about this assignment, I was drawn to songs about the black experience… Continue Reading →

XXX and Same Love – Songs of Justice

When I registered for this class, my mind jumped to songs written by and for people of color, because they create music that reflects their experience, which is so important. In thinking about this assignment of creating a podcast about… Continue Reading →

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