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Desc:Recording session: Live at Morehouse College in Atlanta, June 1969
Category:Horror, Arts
Tags:protest music, strange fruit, lynching, nina simone, abel meeropol
Submitted:Azmo23
Date:07/18/14
Views:795
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Comment count is 6
matlock
fuck.
The Mothership
We grow bitter crops here, sonny. Welcome to America.

The Mothership
That sounded condescending, wasn't meant to be, baby. Just realistic.

matlock
No harm, no foul :)

I'm a self-hating white man from a pretty-much-stereotypical racist family in the southern US. I'm also jaded, numb from anti-depressants, a chronic pot smoker with commensurate laziness and apathy, and I have an unhealthy distrust and dislike of most humans. With all that going for me, I was surprised when this video brought tears to my eyes - I thought I was inured to human atrocities, especially white-on-[insert-race-here] crimes.

Either this one caught me in a moment of weakness, or I'm not as numb as I thought I was. BTW, thanks for that Azmo. Nice to feel like I might have some humanity left!

memedumpster
I paused the video at 2:00 and looked to see if I recognized any older relatives in the photo.

Jet Bin Fever
Such a talent. She breaks your heart in this song.
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