Tonight DJ Baagi returns to host a show on Beats of Resistance and Solidarity from the Asian and Pacific Islander communities worldwide.
This episode features Omar Offendum, Shadia Mansour and more artists from Syria, Palestine and Afghanistan rapping about the political impact of war on their communities, and of gender oppression within their communities. And for the new fascist time we are living in, she’ll be going back for more DrumNbass and Jungle beats from the UK-Based South Asian, anti-racist group Asian Dub Foundation. And special guest Sharif Zakout from the Arab Resource and Organizing Center joins us!
- Song: Hamdulillah, Artist: Narcy featuring Shadia Mansour
- Song: Somos Sur Artist: Shadia Mansour with Ana Tijoux
- Song: Long Live Palestine Part 2 Artist: Low Key, Shadia Mansour, Narcycist, DAM and various artists
- Song: Ya Halali Artist: Sharif Zakout
- Song: Nalestan, Artist: Paradise Sourouri
- Song: Afghanistan, Artist: Paradise Sourouri and Diverse
- Song: Change a Gonna Come, Artist: Asian Dub Foundation
Arab Resource and Organizing Center: araborganizing.org
Sharif Zakout: https://soundcloud.com/shaboombap
- The Kominas, SETI X, Commissure, Faluda Islam
Brick and Mortar Friday at 9pm
- Several Events Marching against white supremacy. Check Bayresistance.org to see upcoming events. 2 events in san francisco and 2 events in berkeley
- Sa Timyas ng Paglaya: Closing Party — Art by Filipino Political Prisoners
August 25th Friday at 6 PM – 9 PM
E.M. Wolfman General Interest Small Bookstore
410 13th St, Oakland, California 94612
- Several SF Chinatown community organizations and activists are sponsoring “Light Up the Night From Charlottesville to Chinatown: No Hate,” a candlelight vigil and program in the memory of slain activist Heather Heyer. The event will be held on Friday, Aug. 25 from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm at the Chinese Culture Center, 750 Kearny St., San Francisco.