Jessie Reyez gets to the heart of the shifting laws around U.S. asylum system and it’s affect of family, life, and love. Smooth and insightful, Jessie asks us to face the personal toll our politics can take on all individuals.
Jorja Smith had such belief in this anti-policy brutality track that her team rereleased the tune on Smith’s 2018 debut album Lost & Found.
Mavis Staples presents a very soulful track referencing the removal of Confederate statues and what they possibly should be replaced with.
Miguel puts a spotlight on the border crisis and detention centers in particular in “Now”. The music video was shot at a #SchoolsNotPrisons rally near the Adelanto High Desert Detention Center.
The latino soul group challenges the idea that freedom isn’t free, a concept and ideology that’s been at the center of America’s hyper-militarization and foreign policy for years.