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Janelle Monae’s latest song comes with a powerful message about racial equality. Her new single, “Turntables” features historical footage of protests against police brutality and racial oppression in the US and Monae raps about bringing change and as she says, “We kicking out the old regime / Liberation, elevation, education / I said ‘America, yousa lie’ / But the whole world ’bout to testify” in some extremely powerful lyrics.

The song’s strong message has left netizens impressed. Janelle Monae Replaces Julia Roberts in Homecoming Season 2.

The hard-hitting lyrics as well as the visuals are sure to leave an impact on everyone. Monae is seen sporting a grey suit in the video and mouths some incredibly brilliant lyrics on the oppression faced by people of colour over the years and even covers the recent acts of police brutality at the Black Lives Matter protests. The song has been released in tandem with the AllInForVoting campaign to inspire viewership for Stacey Abrams-backed film, All In: The Fight for Democracy Janelle Monae Says Misogyny of Most of Men in Music Industry ‘Infuriating’.

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The powerful track has received a lot of praises from netizens as well as popular personalities such as Tess Holliday, Ashley Blaine, Bisa Butler among others. The song “Turntables” will feature in the upcoming documentary All In: The Fight for Democracy, which examines the history of voter oppression in the US.

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NY Woman Charged with Hate Crime for Throwing Glass Bottle and Shouting Racial Slurs at Black Jogger

A 53-year-old Queens woman has been charged with a hate crime for allegedly throwing a glass bottle at a Black jogger and shouting racial slurs last month, according to Queens County district attorney.

Lorena Delaguna was charged with attempted assault in the second degree as a hate crime and aggravated harassment in the second degree. If convicted, she could be sentenced to seven years in prison.

Last month, a Black woman, Tiffany Johnson, was out for an afternoon jog when Delaguna allegedly threw a glass bottle at her and shouted racial slurs towards her.

“She followed me up the block, was screaming ‘get out of here, go back to Africa…N-word,'” Johnson told ABC New York station WABC.

APPREHENDED!! The perpetrator in this incident has been arrested.

— NYPD Hate Crimes (@NYPDHateCrimes) September 21, 2020

“Crimes like this, which are fueled by hate, are in a special category for a reason. No one should have to endure being called a vile slur or being attacked simply because of the color of their skin, their religion, or who they love,” Queens District Attorney Katz said.

Amid current nationwide protests against racial injustice, hate crimes have been captured on social media and are making national headlines.

Read our coverage of the fight for racial justice across the country and why racism and the killings of Black Americans is a public health crisis.

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