Tupac was more than a rapper, he was also a social activist. His lyrics shed light on oppression, discrimination, violence, and poverty- all demonstrating the plight of, and similarity between, the black and Palestinian man. Inspired by Tupac's verse in one of the greatest Hip Hop freestyles of all time during the 1993 Budweiser Superfest, the "Palestinians Never Die" Palestine canvas remixes Tupac's verse to illuminate the Palestinian Holocaust inflicted by Israel and the U.S.
Like Tupac's verse: Palestinians will always defend themselves against injustice, apartheid, racism, genocide, ethnic cleansing, and the arrest and abuse of Palestinian children. We will never cease to exist, and we will continue to grow in number InshAllah.
"They used to say Palestinians fight like heroes, now they say heroes fight like Palestinians." -Dr. Norman Finkelstein