Who said what?

April 30, 2013
Who said what #4
Who said what #4

A selection of this week's politically-relevant celebrity news...

Rebel Diaz Arts Collective finds new home http://bit.ly/11ztAet

Cuban video game recreates revolutionary history http://gu.com/p/3enpq/tw

Pussy Riot member denied early release from prison: http://gu.com/p/3fedq/tf

Hear the new Neon Neon concept album about Italian publisher and leftwing activist Giangiacomo Feltrinelli. http://gu.com/p/3fak2/tw

Rapper Danny Brown Gets Oral Sex On Stage, Continues Rapping http://bit.ly/ZUUbEF

Manic Street Preachers Announce Australian Shows, June/July 2013 http://bit.ly/158iXpz

Jello Biafra Announces 'What Would Jello Do?' Talking Shows http://bit.ly/11yM27e

Frenzal Rhomb Announce WA/SA Tour Dates, May 2013 http://bit.ly/11yONVX

Lil Wayne's Emmett Till Hate Crime Lyric Threatens Pepsi Corporate Endorsement Deal http://bit.ly/11ylNh8

Jason Collins: "First Openly Gay Pro Athlete" Talks Obama's Support, Gets Congratulations From Ellen DeGeneres http://eonli.ne/YjtVFI

Barack Obama Played by Daniel Day-Lewis in Steven Spielberg's Latest: Watch Now http://eonli.ne/11ODlaw

"Best Eco-Disaster Flicks": From 2012 to Ice Age to Waterworld http://eonli.ne/151FLr3

Happy Earth Week: Ben Affleck, Leonardo DiCaprio, Miley Cyrus and More Stars With Eco-Friendly Cars - Groan. http://eonli.ne/14YEy3z

Mark Wahlberg Visits the White House http://eonli.ne/14XcJbW

"Celebs Share Green Tips on Going Eco-Friendly" http://eonli.ne/14WJXs9

Kate Middleton Topless Photo Scandal: Two People Charged http://eonli.ne/11Ghty5

Neil Diamond Donating "Sweet Caroline" Royalties to Boston Charity in Wake of Bombings http://eonli.ne/11G5Gjj

Prince Harry Changes Diaper (not his own) at Charity Event http://eonli.ne/14SFsP5

Ace of Base's Ulf Ekberg Speaks Out About Alleged Past Nazi Ties http://eonli.ne/11FcDB2

Brand new vid about political prisoners, from Rebel Diaz - "Free 'Em All" (below)

Video: FREE'EM ALL - RDACBX (Feat. RodStarz and Luss) - Rdacbx.

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