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Lyrical Ambush @ The Smithsonian and the National Mall

Written by Hawah on Saturday, 4/1/06

Today’s insurgency was monumental, pun intended. People were representing from all around the world. There were folks from Korea, India, Canada, Texas, and New York (to name only the ones I had a chance to build with inbetween rhyming sets), all exposed, in-depth to the growing number of guerillas. Why travel overseas to reach out to an international audience, when you can go to the Smithsonian metro stop and meet thousands and thousands, coming from around the globe, to see what truly exists in the heart of babylon. We exist–here–and today was affirmation that OTHERS Need To Hear US, and know that we need not be afraid, to speak… dissent is no longer enough… we must all rise UP… We’re re-writing the books and today TOOK… the museum to the streets.

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