Earlier this month, DUCKWRTH shared a timely new single titled “Find A Way” with Alex Mali, Radio Ahlee and Bayli. Today, the West Coast rapper released a politically-charged lyric video for the track, which threads together actual footage and photos of recent Black Lives Matter protests for equality and justice. The images were curated and taken by Greg Noire, along with Miranda McDonald, Fred Agho, Charles Reagan and others.
“If there was one word I would use to describe what you are about to see, it’s ‘resilience,”‘ DUCKWRTH says on the visual. “This video is a display of the resilience our people have during these times. No matter how hard they try to oppress our power, we always Find A Way.” The black-and-white video captures protestors shouting in megaphones, holding up signs in solidarity, toppling Confederate monuments and taking to the streets. Aerial shots from large-scale protests and marches are mixed with historical photos and footage. Together, these images show that the world is ready for a necessary revolution.
Check out the lyric video for “Find A Way” above and donate to ACLU’s Racial Justice Program to help dismantle systemic racism and work to repair centuries of harm inflicted on communities of color.