The Iranian Protest Song Connecting a Revolution

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KEXP’s Roddy Nikpour talks about what “Baraye” by Shervin Hajipour means to him, his family, and a country.

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For more than a month, Iran has been experiencing another revolution of sorts. The death of a 22-year-old woman named Mahsa "Jina" Amini has sparked mass protests and one song has become a rallying cry across the world. KEXP’s Roddy Nikpour talks about what “Baraye” by Shervin Hajipour means to him, his family, and a country.

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