WASHINGTON — Jeremy Dudley, a.k.a. Origin, drew several enthusiastic educators to the stage when he performed rap songs at the 2016 People’s March for Public Education & Social Justice on Friday. He uses his rap lyrics to send positive messages to students and educators.
The rally, hosted by the Save our Schools Coalition, was held in front of the Lincoln Memorial and drew hundreds of educators and activists. They went on to march down the streets of the nation’s capitol, shouting chants calling for justice and equality.