From Mt Tamalpais to Fruitvale Station

An original song by performed on Mount Tamalpais to honor Oscar Grant and the People of Color who are oppressed and die at the hands of police violence every day.  Give thanks to Brandon Vance, Tommy Reed, Kokou Katamani, Jahan Khalighi and all of the Chabot College students from Hayward California - many of whom have lost friends and loved ones - who put their hearts and souls into this musical offering. 

 

 

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