The Revolution Will Not Be Televised

May 28, 2011 § 1 Comment

The great Gil Scott-Heron is no more. He was a poet, revolutionary and a fighter. He fought against apartheid in South Africa and he fought against Apartheid in occupied Palestine. He was also a prophet who foresaw in 1968 something which rings just as true today. Rest in peace brother.

P.s. Don’t know if this is any good but here is a lengthy profile from the August 2010 issue of the New Yorker.

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§ One Response to The Revolution Will Not Be Televised

  • david says:

    so you posted a video, and a link to an article you haven’t read. what about this is original content or enlightening?

    I am a fan of GSH and appreciate him being respected but this doesn’t seem to do that.

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