Rap music for the environment


This rap music video by Prince Ea is called Dear Future Generations: Sorry.

It says about itself:

20 April 2015

An Apology Letter to Future Generations.

See also here.

The Wildlife Conservation Society writes about this:

Get inspired by rapper and activist Prince Ea and his now-viral apology to future generations for the state of the planet. “I’m sorry we put profit above people. Greed above need. Rule of gold above the golden rule.”

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