This arrangement, Stevie Wonder’s “Feeding Off the Love of the Land”, created and performed by Black Artists for Black Lives, was born out of grief, and evolved into a communal message of healing. We offer this song in honor of Ahmaud, Breonna, George, Tamir, Sandra, Trevor, Tony, Rayshard, and the countless other victims that remain unseen. In the midst of our grief, we sing with renewed strength and love. We sing for them… We sing for US…

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