@ImeldaOfficial,@musicbyloah,@Rethink_Ireland

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Imelda May
@ImeldaOfficial

The enigmatic and talented

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are working their asses off today to improve the lives of many. Thank you!

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Rethink Ireland
@Rethink_Ireland
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Thank you so much @musicbyloah for joining us this morning at the launch of our #EqualityFund. Pictured at our billboard with the beautiful and powerful poem “You don’t get to be racist and Irish” by

Brandi Carlile – This is a big day for my family.

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Brandi Carlile
@brandicarlile

This is a big day for my family.

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@BarackObama
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Today reminds us that progress might be slow. It might take decades. But no matter what things might look like today, it’s always possible. Happy Pride month, everybody.

Brandi Carlile – The Joke (Official Video)

Brandi Carlile

Published on Feb 16, 2018

From the album “By The Way, I Forgive You” available now. http://elektrar.ec/BrandiCarlileBTWIFY Directed by Danny Clinch Produced by Lindha Narvaez for MILKT Choreography by Peter Leung Ballet sequence filmed by Middle Table Productions Ballerina is Michaela DePrince Connect with Brandi: http://brandicarlile.com http://facebook.com/brandicarlile http://twitter.com/brandicarlile http://instagram.com/brandicarlile

Background

Lyrically, the song uplifts people who struggle to fit the molds made for them by modern society. Carlile said on NPR of the track, “There are so many people feeling misrepresented [today] … So many people feeling unloved. Boys feeling marginalized and forced into these kind of awkward shapes of masculinity that they do or don’t belong in … so many men and boys are trans or disabled or shy. Little girls who got so excited for the last election, and are dealing with the fallout. The song is just for people that feel under-represented, unloved or illegal.”[2]