Lennon Stella Is Using Her Voice to Support Black Lives Matter
Lennon Stella is using her voice to speak out on behalf of the Black Lives Matter Movement.
Stella took to her Instagram to share a statement on her support of Black Lives Matter in a creative way. Her sister Maisy Stella joined her big sis in recording a heartfelt, emotional, and eye-opening song about racial inequality.
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Oxford Town, Oxford Town Everybody’s got their heads bowed down The sun don’t shine above the ground Ain’t a-goin’ down to Oxford Town He went down to Oxford Town Guns and clubs followed him down All because his face was brown Better get away from Oxford Town Oxford Town around the bend Come to the door, he couldn’t get in All because of the color of his skin What do you think about that, my friend? Me and my gal, my gal’s son We got met with a tear gas bomb I don’t even know why we come Goin’ back where we come from Oxford Town in the afternoon Everybody singin’ a sorrowful tune Two men died ‘neath the Mississippi moon Somebody better investigate soon – bob dylan, 1963
The duo released the acoustic recording in hopes that their followers would hear it and join the cause. Stella has been vocal on her social platforms about her disgust over the racial inequalities that continue to plague the world. The singer passionately shared a clip of David Bowie questioning racial injustice on MTV from 1983 in further support of the Black Lives Matter Movement.
Check out Lennon Stella’s Instagram to see how she is using her platform to make a difference during this time.