A voice never heard
Only but once in a while do they care
Forced to hear the cries of the absurd
Listening to us is a dare
Our message can finally be referred
Now it’s our job to tear
Down the monopolies that once stood
Perhaps then we’ll all be good
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October 17, 2018 By Charles Barjon II
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Charles J. Barjon II musically known as "Natty Barjon" is a living artist and activist spreading the message of Freedom, Justice, and Equality through his livity and music. Mr. Barjon, is a student of history at Southern University A&M College where he is president of the grassroots organization the SU 771 Alliance.
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