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Say It To Me Now - Glen Hansard (Once)
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Look at what you did to me Tennis shoes, don't even need to buy a new dress If you ain't there, ain't nobody else to impress It's the way that you know what I thought I knew It's the beat in my heart skips when I'm with you I still don't understand Just how your love can do what no one else can. Kendrick Lamar Background Vocals: Huh what you want from me is it true you see uh oh father can you hear me? Huh what you want from me is it true you see uh oh father can you hear me? Hear me? I might get your song played on the radio station I might get your song played on the radio station You just might be a black bill gates in the making I just might be a black bill gates in the making. Outro: Nina Simone I think what you are trying to ask is why am I so insistent upon giving out to them that blackness that black power that black…pushing them to identify with black culture.
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Say It Now Lyrics: Can we work this out / I don't wanna close the door / Before the sun goes down / We can't let this go too far / I'll do anything to meet you.
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The shooting in El Paso last weekend was one of the deadliest attacks against Latinos in recent memory. But we do know that since Trump took office, surveys and studies have shown that Latinos, particularly Latino immigrants, have become more insecure and fearful about their place in the country. And the El Paso shooting, which officials are treating as an act of terrorism , seems likely to reinforce and deepen these anxieties. In the wake of the El Paso shootings, many Latinos have said they are afraid for their safety. But George Escobar, the chief of programs and services at CASA de Maryland , an immigrant rights advocacy group, told me that this fear is just an escalation of concerns that are already common among the communities he works with. And overall, Latinos felt pessimistic and insecure about their place in the country well before the attack occurred. According to a Latino Decisions poll conducted in April, 51 percent of Latino registered voters think racism against Latinos and immigrants is a major problem and 80 percent say it is at least somewhat of a problem.
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