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For Ana Tijoux, music is a powerful form of protest. The French-Chilean hip-hop artist's songs are a mix of arts and activism, reflecting central issues from the Latin American political left. Listen to her lyrics and you’ll hear about feminism, class struggle, indigenous pride, the fight against neoliberalism, and more. So what impact can protest music have on society? Ana Tijoux joins the conversation at 1930GMT.
In this episode, we speak to:
Ana Tijoux @anatijoux
Pablo Navarrete @pablonav1 @alboradanet
Zeshan Bagewadi @ZeshanBagewadi
Santi Mostaffa @SantiMostaffa
Researcher, University of Manchester
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