Good Magazine – A visual EP called “17,” released jointly by TIDAL, the music streaming platform, and Sankofa.org, a social justice organization began by Harry Belafonte, pays tribute to the injustice of Trayvon Martin’s death, as well as those lives were cut short by police violence.
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