Season 1 Soundtrack


Whether it’s a protest song or a rallying anthem, music is a force in transformative social change.

This is our Season 1 soundtrack featuring artists and songs that inspire us in our pursuit of just futures.


Songs are added as we go. Be sure to check back or subscribe to our playlist on Apple Music for the latest updates.


To bring awareness to the International Year of Indigenous Languages, students at Allison Bernard Memorial High School in Eskasoni, Cape Breton recorded Paul McCartney's Blackbird in their native Mi'kmaq language.

Liner Notes

  1. Gil Scott-Heron was a poet, musician and author of the Black Arts Movement whose work deeply impacted and influenced activists, artists and musicians.

  2. Mack the Knife has its roots in the German opera Die Dreigroschenoper (The Threepenny Opera), a socialist critique of capitalism. Its final verse (which is often dropped within modern interpretations of the song) speaks to the class divides of society:

    There are some who are in darkness
    And the others are in light
    And you see the ones in brightness
    Those in darkness drop from sight.

  3. Prolific the Rapper’s powerful remix of Tribe Called Red’s Stadium Pow Wow is both a lyrical and visual force.