SONGS & SIGIL TO STOP SUFFERING

by Gregory McKillop

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To take part in the national movement against racism, white supremacy, and police brutality, my own first step is checking myself and my privilege and my own part in taking advantage of a system that is made to completely support me, and to do my part to dismantle that system. This is a lifelong process that never ends.

The next step, is to support others who do not have the privileges that I do, such the privilege to be protected by the state instead of policed by the state. The best way that I know of to do that is to take part in community events and learn from other voices how best to fight the system of racism. The second best way I have come up with is to put an album of music up and sell it, and donate 100% of the profits to The Saint Louis Food Bank as well as Communities United Collective (a group of organizers in Worcester who work on anti racist actions and protests against police brutality) . I encourage you to find your own ways to get involved!

You can also just choose to donate money to them without even downloading my music!

stlfoodbank.org
www.facebook.com/pages/Communities-United-Collective/759577484088388

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released 29 November 2014

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Gregory McKillop Portland, Maine

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www.gregorymckillop.com

Punk ethics but too polite to be a punk
Folk but not old school enough to be folkie
Too afraid of ego to be a rock-star
Off the cuff and rough unintentionally,
but intentional.
Loves to sing about things and for people.
Queer and in Love.
Poet
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