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Alt.Latino Playlist: Songs That Shout Protest

Ani Cordero, Gaby Moreno and La Santa Cecilia take on societal ills through their music on this week's playlist.
Vocalist andcomposer Ani Cordero continues to use her music to confront injustice. Source: Courtesy of the Artist

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Music can often be best way to stand up, shout down or even to cry out. That seems to be the theme of the tracks we selected on this week's playlist. Pick a song and be heard.


Gaby Moreno, "Across the Borderline"

With "Across the Borderline," accomplishes two things: she resurfaces a little known classic written by , and Jim Dickinson withan upcoming album that names noted arranger as co-author.

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