Protesters On A New York Subway, Take Up The New Samuel L. Jackson Challenge

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Protesters On A New York Subway, Take Up The New Samuel L. Jackson Challenge
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Recently subway passengers in NY, who most likely took part in protests over the weekend in NYC, were caught by cell phone camera singing the "Racist Police" song popularly attributed to Samuel L. Jackson.  The song has gained much popularity over the weekend and stands to become a song that will help to unify the revolutionary movement against police brutality.

The lyrics to the song are:

I can hear my people(neighbor) crying, and I can't breathe.
Now I'm in the struggle, and I can't leave.
Calling out the violence of the racist police.
We ain't gonna stop, til our people are free.
We ain't gonna stop, til our people are free.

Check out the powerful scene of these NY protesters singing the song on the subway.

Here is Samuel L. Jackson challenging his celebrity counterparts and others to make this song as popular as the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge was a few months ago.

Darlene McCoy in the video directly below, first issued the challenge on Instagram, to help give artists such as herself a voice in the revolution.  Here she is below, debuting the song

As the song grows in popularity, many are doing their own renditions to show solidarity with the protests against police brutality.  Here are some of these below.






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