Music Video: Workers Alliance and u.s.-Mexico Border
music video: He debuted it Friday with a new music video depicting a teen forcibly separated at the U.S.-Mexico border from his parents and baby sibling, according to CTV. On stage, their parents came out next from behind, simulating reunions with hugs. The children, including some younger ones who appeared intimidated by the crowd, stood in a line as a human wall, some swaying and clapping to Logic's new song, One Day. The protesters hoisted faux candles in the air as the song concluded. Logic wore a black T-shirt reading F asterisk ck the Wall. Immigrant leaders from three advocacy groups, including United We Dream and the National Domestic Workers Alliance, participated. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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