She performed for almost a million people at The Women’s March on Washington, alongside activists such as Angela Davis, Janet Mock and Gloria Steinem, and artists such as Alicia Keys and Janelle Monae. In April, she spoke and performed at TEDx Greenville, performing her acclaimed song “Freedom,” addressing issues of mass incarceration and state violence. Her music has been aired many times on Democracy Now!, Billboard Magazine featured her in a list of “11 Songs of Protest & Resistance by Latino Artists,” and The Huffington Post named her as #2 in a list of in a list of “12 Freedom Fighting Bands To Get You Through the Trump Years.” Her most recent music video, “No Es Mi Presidente,” which she wrote and directed, was premiered in Rolling Stone and received national acclaim.
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