Talib Kweli & M1 Compare America’s Ghettos To The Gaza Strip (Video)

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In one of Hip-Hop’s most candid commentaries about the conflict between Israel and Palestine, Talib Kweli and dead prez’ M1 go in on the track “Checkpoints: Ghetto To Gaza” produced and led by Canadians, K-Salaam & Beatnik.

M1 and Kwe’ (both veterans of Hip-Hop For Respect) compare the military state to the ghettos of the United States, promoting solidarity, and kickin’ some consideration at the bigger picture.

Do you draw parallels between U.S. ghettos and the Gaza Strip?

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