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Discussion 3.2 - Music as Social Protest Options Menu: Forum

Click on one of the links beow to hear/see: Bob Dylan - Bob Marley - The Last Poets - What is your favorite song that presents a strong message for social change? Why? What is the message? Who is the artist or group? If you can, provide a link to the song on Youtube or another site. Use the song title as your subject. Do not select a song if another student has already selected it. Listen to a few of your classmate's song selections and comment. In order to earn the full points for this assignment, you must: Directly and completely answer the questions. Clearly and accurately explain your answer. Compose a unified paragraph using effective sentence structure, word choice, and grammatical correctness
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