Monday, September 19, 2016

Kansas City Hip-Hop March Against Violence



Like it or not, this extended remix Kansas City rap music advocacy against violence might resonate more than so many religious themed calls for justice.

The half-hour Kansas City anti-violence march documentary offers footage form within the urban core and a street level call to at least stop violence against women and children.

Overall, an inspiring clip from "Mad Marlon" which touts community responsibility amid a tragic crime wave.

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7 Comments:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R6H0i1RAdHk said...

Here is some "Hip/Hop" translated for you white boys.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R6H0i1RAdHk

It turns out pretty well, with the expected results.

3rd said...

Some good footage, a few good points. But we need to do better if we want to save our community.

Anonymous said...

Sometimes, you don't need to say everything one is thinking out loud. So, I think on. What next Mad Marlon?

Anonymous said...

March against hip-hop and rap.

Anonymous said...

They rap in country music too. I hate to admit I listen to country.

Anonymous said...

Guns of the Navaronne ready erupt some truth on him...

CocoGaugin said...

Good job Marlon.