3.02AnalyzeaProtestSongWorksheet - 3.02 Analyze a Protest...

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3.02 Analyze a Protest Song - Worksheet Instructions: To use this chart, you can print, copy, and paste into a document of your own, or create a chart of your own with the same information. Complete the following using your selected protest song. A. Provide the Song Facts 1. Song title: “Where Is the Love” 2. Songwriter: will.i.am, apl.de.ap, Taboo, Justin Timberlake, Ron Fair, Printz Board, George Pajon, Fiona Davies M. Fratantuno, and J. Curtis, 3. Performed by: black eyed peas 4. Describe the historical context in three to five sentences. this song refers to the fight against racism that took place in our country. it talks about how kids are getting involved in gangs and caught up in a whole lot of stuff that should be avoided. 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.it is the two images I turn in 6. Copy and paste the lyrics. Be sure to edit or alter any words that are not school appropriate. What's wrong with the world, mama People livin' like they ain't got no mamas I think the whole world addicted to the drama Only attracted to things that'll bring you trauma Overseas, yeah, we try to stop terrorism
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But we still got terrorists here livin' In the USA, the big CIA The Bloods and The Crips and the KKK But if you only have love for your own race Then you only leave space to discriminate And to discriminate only generates hate And when you hate then you're bound to get irate, yeah Madness is what you demonstrate And that's exactly how anger works and operates Man, you gotta have love just to set it straight Take control of your mind and meditate
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