Come on now STAND UP for your sisters and brothers

Sisters and Brothers Mentor Andrea Khoza challenged herself to write a catchy chorus that would uplift people to join in the message of speaking up and being an active bystander when racism is taking place. She then showed her idea to the rest of the crew and we collaborated to add in some rapping and beatbox flavour with of course Valanga on the guitar. Do  you  like it?! We do!

“You have the wisdom to name it, racial discrimination

You have the strength to step in, bystander intervention

You have the power to speak up, pull out your L.I.D.S yeah

Stand up Stand up for your sisters and brothers”

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