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Welcome back to another weekly podcast of The Rebel Beat! This week, we’re very proud to bring you our annual International Women’s Day special. International Women’s Day is celebrated around the world on March 8th in order to amplify women’s struggles against patriarchy, capitalism, racism, and all other forms of oppression and domination.
On this show, we also bring you an interview with the fierce feminist punk band Downtown Boys, done by Amy Goodman at Democracy Now. If you haven’t checked out Downtown Boys yet, DON’T SLEEP ON THIS! An amazing band with amazing politics.
Plus we have almost 2 hours of music here spanning many genres from the spoken word stylings of Rafeef Ziadah and Natasha Kanape Fontaine, to the hardcore punk of Rape Revenge.
Enjoy! And SMASH THE PATRIARCHY!
Playlist – March 2, 2016
M.I.A. – Borders
JB The First Lady – I’m not your baby daughter’s highway
Cihuatl Ce – Not another ever again
Bree Newsome – #StayStrong
Alas – Guerilla whisper
Las Cafeteras – Mujer soy
Ana Tijoux – Antipatriarca
Rebeca Lane – Desaparcidxs
Nneka – Africans
d’bi young – Revolution rising
Rafeef Ziadah – Hold her
Natasha Kanapé Fontaine – Je ne resterais pas une crise d’Oka
Buffy Sainte Marie – Power in the blood
A Tribe Called Red (feat. Northern Voice) – Sisters
Poison Girls – Political love
Kleenex – Heidi’s head
A-Heads – No rule
Oi Polloi – Don’t burn the witch, burn the rich
Dead by Pregnancy – Sexism
Damn Broads – In their hands
G.L.O.S.S. – We’re from the future
Rape Revenge – Rates of failure
War on Women – Say it
Rye Rye & M.I.A. – Bang