Get to (Cultural) Work: 350 and Art (via Mga Kathang Katotohanan)

Music. There is no better way to pull the climate-active heartstrings than with environmental music and lyrics. Culturally localized pieces especially endear our message to the sectors. Below is a performance by Karl Ramirez, the founding chair of 350 Philippines lead organizer Agham Youth (AY), and Roselle Pineda of the Concerned Artists of the Philippines, in the Rhythm and Rhymes of the Environment cultural night that was organized as part of AY’s work party activities. It is a reggae version of the Ilocano environmental song Gatan by DKK. Read More

via Mga Kathang Katotohanan


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