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Published on Dec 28, 2011
Five musicians, collectively called Occupella/Singing For Peace, and a videographer have come together to create a series of music videos supporting the Occupy Movement. "I Still Ain't Satisfied" with lead vocalist Bonnie Lockhart is one of these videos.
Occupella/Singing for Peace is the creation of Bay area singers and cultural workers Hali Hammer, Betsy Rose, Nancy Schimmel, Bonnie Lockhart and Leslie Hassberg, The group organizes informal public singing gatherings at occupation sites, marches and at BART stations, to promote Peace, Justice, and an End to Corporate Domination, especially in support of the Occupy movement.
Bonnie Lockhart is a Northern California singer/songwriter who combines a love of diverse folk traditions, a gift for lyrics both witty and compassionate, and an active commitment to participatory, community-building music. Ms. Lockhart wrote "I Still Ain't Satisfied" in 1972 as an anthem for the national women's rights movement and has adapted the lyrics over the years to support many progressive causes. Hali Hammer and Betsy Rose sing backup and TD Daniell is the videographer.