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This Proletarian Life

Revolutionary Poetry

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Greetings friends and comrades! Happy New Year! On this episode, we listen to some revolutionary poetry to inspire us at the beginning of 2020. Big thanks to each of my comrades for contributing to this episode -- it wouldn't have been possible without them. I hope you all enjoy this one and thank you for listening!

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Hasta Siempre, Comandante - Carlos Puebla [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hasta_Siempre%2C_Comandante]
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Song of the Revolution - Langston Hughes (Read by Andria) [background music: "Polyushka Polye" - Russian Balalaika Orchestra, A. Bochesky]
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Ballads of Lenin - Langston Hughes (Read by Alekx)
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To Those Who Come After - Bertolt Brecht (Read by Ethan) [background music: "Day Dream" - Joep Beving]
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Sailing the Seas Depends on the Helmsmen - Yu Wen [https://www.marxists.org/subject/art/music/lyrics/zh/sailing.htm]

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Fourth Declaration of the Zapatistas - (Read by Marcos; http://enlacezapatista.ezln.org.mx/1996/01/01/cuarta-declaracion-de-la-selva-lacandona/) [background music: "Sol" - Alef]
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And When You Leave, Take Your Pictures With You - Jo Carrillo (Read by Savanah) [background music: "Joeira" - Kurup]
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What is Violence? - Ricardo Santuario (Read by Eilex; poet's twitter: https://twitter.com/Ricky_jpg) [backgroud music: "Kusanagi" - Odesza]
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The Rhythm of Time - Bobby Sands (Read by Grant)
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Poetry is Not a Luxury - Audre Lorde (Read by Alekx - extra thanks to Savanah for suggesting this essay!) [background music: "Reflection #2" - Joep Beving]
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Song of the Plains -  Paul Robeson
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I tried to edit this one a bit quicker than I normally would, so please lemme know if you find any errors that I can fix in the audio that may come up. <3 Solidarity forever. </p>

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