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Songs to Invoke Revolution

Episode 1
Songs to Invoke Revolution

Experience the Journey

We all want to change the world. Well, most of us anyway. So, where do you stand, when others fall? As we talk about revolution, about the turning of tides from one wave to the next, let us drown ourselves, at least for a moment, in definition.

So, what is revolution? Different strokes for different folks, perhaps? Each perspective likely could define the word in their own individual context, so it's helpful to have one common understanding from which to start.

Guest Performers

  • Television Dan Bazile

    Newscaster, Major Television Network Affiliate

    In March 2004, Dan Bazile joined the news team at WNYT (a television affiliate of NBC), where he anchors "Weekend Today". Prior to that, he spent several years as an actor and freelance writer before jumping into television news in 1999.


Preview Performers

  • Literature James McCrae

    Author, "Sh#t Your Ego Says"

    James McCrae is an award-winning strategist and author at the intersection of business, creativity, and consciousness. His book, "Sh#t Your Ego Says", will be available through Hay House in February 2017.


  • Music ½ Pint

    Member, Son of Bazerk

    Son of Bazerk is an American hip-hop group consisting of Son of Bazerk (real name Tony Allen); Almighty Jahwel (Jeffrey Height); ½ Pint (Cassandra Jackson). It was formed by Hank Shocklee, member of the producer team the Bomb Squad.


Historical Performers

  • Activism Malcolm X

    African-American Muslim Minister and Human Rights Activist

    To the admirers of Malcolm X, he was a courageous advocate for the rights of blacks, a man who indicted white America in the harshest terms for its crimes against black Americans; detractors accused him of preaching racism and violence.


  • Politics Robert F. Kennedy

    64th United States Attorney General

    Robert Francis "Bobby" Kennedy, commonly known by his initials RFK, was an American politician from Massachusetts. He served as the United States junior senator from New York from January 1965 until his assassination in June 1968.




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