Sanum Ghafoor introduces 'Sounds Like Freedom' - a night for Palestine celebrating Protest music, verse, street art and football in the year of the Arab Spring.
'Sounds Like Freedom' was a night for Palestine celebrating Protest music, verse, street art and football in the year of the Arab Spring. The event was organised by Philosophy Football, in association with the Palestine Solidarity Campaign, supported by the PCS Trade Union and Thompsons Solicitors.
Featuring contributions by music writer Dorian Lynskey, photo-journalist William Parry, musicians Robb Johnson, Grace Petrie and Reem Kelani, poet David J and former captain of the Palestine Women's football team, Honey Thaljieh.
Philosophy Football commissioned Sanum Ghafoor (aka 'Strange Sanum') to make a film of the evening and explore the meaning of a popular culture of protest inspired by the Arab Spring.
Palestine and Tahrir Square T-shirts available from www.philosophyfootball.com
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