'Mommy, you're free now." That's the quotable. Kweli buried it in a flurry of meaningful lines and rhymes, but that's likely the feeling teen Bresha Meadows had when she shot and killed her abusive father. Talib Kweli put this single out in her tribute. Communicating that, despite what you feel about the kid taking her parent's life, kid's ought not even be made to feel like that's a decision that has to be made. Deep.
Using the hashtag #FreeBresha supporters of Bresha Meadows have rallied around her, setting up a GoFundMe page for the family, here: http://www.gofundme.com/BreshaM. You can find the latest updates on Bresha's situation at http://freebresha.wordpress.com/actions/
- Talib Kweli