Rafael Gonzalez aka Tufawon, Standing Rock Water Protector: Hip-hop as a vehicle for social change

17.06.2017 - Anna Polo - Dario Lo Scalzo

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Rafael Gonzalez aka Tufawon, Standing Rock Water Protector: Hip-hop as a vehicle  for social change

On the occasion of the European Tour of the Standing Rock Water Protectors we had the opportunity to meet the young rapper and activist Rafael Gonzalez alias Tufawon.

In this intense and engaging interview, Rafael talks about his first-line experience in the camps around the Dakota Access pipeline and his commitment to contributing to social change through music.

 

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