We revisit bright music moments from past protest movements, debate whether self-care is good or bad for us, and give props to candy-stealing Canadian squirrels and a judgmental British cat.


 

This week, KQED Music Editor Emma Silvers joins us to talk about the history of protest music and where it might go next.

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We wonder whether self-care might be bad for us.

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We get into the latest way Jon Voight has embarrassed his daughter, Angelina Jolie.

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We catch up on scary news stories from Florida.

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We give props to renegade animals from around the world, who are stealing candy and judging humans:

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And we ride out on a recitation of Llama Llama Red Pajama by Migos:

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Fight the Power with Protest Songs and Radical Self-Care! 13 March,2017Emmanuel Hapsis

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Emmanuel Hapsis

Emmanuel Hapsis is the creator and editor of KQED Pop and also the host of The Cooler. He studied creative writing at University of Maryland and went on to receive his MFA in the field from California College of the Arts. In his free time, he sings his heart out at karaoke.

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