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“I Can’t Breathe” by H.E.R. Podcast

Bill Wolff: Welcome back to Protest Anthems, the podcast about all things music, social justice, and protest. In this episode, we will hear Laura talking about H.E.R’s Grammy award winning song “I Can’t Breathe” and the cultural, social, and political impact… Continue Reading →

Third Listen: “I Can’t Breathe” Covers, Live Performances, and Music Videos

For this third listen, I will be analyzing and talking about how texts and media help further the understanding and depth of H.E.R’s “I Can’t Breathe”. The texts and media I will be using are the music video of the… Continue Reading →

“I Can’t Breathe” Lineage

In my last post I analyzed H.E.R’s “I Can’t Breathe” which is a song dedicated to speaking out and against the racial inequality and police brutality going on in America currently and in the past. Given that the message is… Continue Reading →

“I Can’t Breathe”: Context & Critique

The song “I Can’t Breathe” was written by artist H.E.R. alongside D’Mile, and Tiara Thomas. All three are African American artists, songwriters, and producers, which adds to the intense pride and emotion the song contains within its lyrics and message. The… Continue Reading →

“I’d Love It If We Made It” and “Dear Society”

The two songs I’m considering for my podcast admission are “I’d Love It If We Made It” by the 1975 and “Dear Society” by Madison Beer. Song #1: “I’d Love It If We Made It” My interest in the band… Continue Reading →

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