Lupe Fiasco Shares Moments of Resistance in New Documentary

Documentary: “The People Speak”

The documentary will air on the History Channel, Dec. 13. More info here.

From Chicago Public Radio:

Educating America’s youth about history that doesn’t always make it into textbooks is one goal of a new documentary called The People Speak. It’s a spinoff of sorts from The People’s History of the United States by Howard Zinn who you may recall from an Eight Forty-Eight conversation last week. The film brings together images, music and narration with re-creations of American moments of resistance. There’s the Declaration of Independence; speeches by Malcolm X and Martin Luther King, Jr.; songs by Woody Guthrie, Bob Dylan and Public Enemy; and a call to action by Cindy Sheehan among many others. Each is brought to life by one member of a star-studded cast of performers. Recording artist, music producer, and Chicago native Lupe Fiasco and author and activist Anthony Arnove discuss the film.

Chicago Public Radio clip here.

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