Tonight I saw Slingshot Hip Hop on The Sundance Channel. An amazing documentary whose overarching thems is Art vs. The State.
Art vs. The State is a theme that every libertarian should sympathize with. But in this case, The State is Israel, which will discomfort some "libertarians."
Even so, all true libertarians will be moved by this powerful documentary of young Palestinian musicians expressing their struggle against Occupation and Israeli Statism through music. (See, not all Palestinians are terrorists! -- And isn't it sad that some people need to have that pointed out!)
There's also a minor theme of female Palestinian hip hop artists struggling for equal recognition within their own patriarchal Arab culture.
Slingshot Hip Hop won the Grand Jury Prize at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival.
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