Rohingya, ET AL

This song is a cry for dispossessed and displaced people everywhere who are either being, or feeling, deprived of very basic human rights to live life free. There are those who feel exiled in their own skin, due to both private and public struggles (xenophobia, racism, sexism, etc.). Some describe the Rohingya as a people currently in crises, who are being subjected to ethnic cleansing and genocide as we speak. One song title cannot begin to list all of the people who could be listed here, but "et,al" includes the Navajo and their struggles, the African and their struggles, "you" and your struggle. Life, freedom, and happiness are basic, fundamental, human rights desired by men, women, and children all over the world. This song reminds us that we must take better care of each other. This song is also about the "long walk", and how our very existence hinges on righting wrongs, helping our fellow man to overcome, and moving forward as brothers. [This song may be used by the JB Dondolo Organization.]

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