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A. Provide the Song Facts 1. Song title: “Get up, Stand Up.” 2. Songwriter: Bob Marley 3. Performed by: Peter Tosh 4. Describe the historical context in three to five sentences. The song, “Get up, Stand Up” is about acceptance of their religion. It can be interpreted into two ways, Religious or non-Religious. The song is mostly about Marley’s Rastafari beliefs. 5. Imagine that you are creating a music video for the song. Include two images that would complement or support the historical context of the song. I believe that there is two points to this song other than religion. I believe the, “get up, stand up: standup for your rights” part can apply to anything such as bullying and not just religion. I believe the religion part can apply to the fact that Bob Marley is getting upset his religion is not accepted, and that Christians are saying they love and praise god, but in reality they act like they believe in god and really just judge other people. I believe there would be a court situation with a Christian (the bad judgmental ones, im not saying all Christians are like this; especially since im Catholic) with them trying to act like god and being the ones who judge. Then it can show protestors protesting for their religion and to be accepted. 6. Copy and paste the lyrics. Be sure to edit or alter any words that are not school appropriate. Get up, stand up: stand up for your rights! Get up, stand up: stand up for your rights! Get up, stand up: stand up for your rights! Get up, stand up: don't give up the fight!
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