26 - We are not Commodities with David Zach

Guest: David Zach

Some topics are supposed to be off limits. Race, gender, sex, slavery. But they are all more connected than we know. Except for a few weeks out of the year we in American tend to forget that today there are more slaves than at any other time in our planets recorded history; and we are happily ignorant. But we can't be any longer. David Zach, from Remedy Drive, and I discuss what it looks like to see humans being treated like simple commodities and how we are able to help.

Bio: 

David is a founding member, singer, writer for the band Remedy Drive. He serves currently as a volunteer with the Exodus Road. He's an abolitionist, musician, and human rights advocate. David and his band, Remedy Drive, are using music to help make a free world. This rock band travels the states to perform concerts while advocating and raising funds to fight slavery. Not only are many of their songs focused on abolition and justice.

Special Music for this episode was provided by Remedy Drive from their most recent The North Start. 

Tracks include: Brighter than Apathy, Polaris, Warlike, Redemption Song, Sunlight On Her Face

Find his music on iTunesYouTube as well as Spotify as well as FacebookTwitter and at https://www.remedydrive.com/

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