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“You’ve got rules telling me what to do but is there anyone checking up on you?”   “Activism takes on many forms. I speak out through my music and share wherever I can. This song was inspired by seeing, hearing, feeling stories of injustice. It’s a plight for equal rights for all people regardless of […]

“You’ve got rules telling me what to do but is there anyone checking up on you?”

 

“Activism takes on many forms. I speak out through my music and share wherever I can. This song was inspired by seeing, hearing, feeling stories of injustice. It’s a plight for equal rights for all people regardless of one’s cultural background, religion, gender, economic status, colour of skin, or sexuality. Unfortunately, discrimination is ever-present and we need to keep raising our voices for all of us, for justice.” ~ Shishani

 

Shishani Vranckx is a Namibian born singer/songwriter. Shishani was nominated in the 2011 Namibian Annual Music Awards(NAMAs) for her hit single “minority”.[2]

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