Grammy Award-winning artist Esperanza Spalding collaborates with human rights groups for a new PSA, which advocates the shutting down of the Guantánamo prison camps.
In the protest music video that was released on Monday, the bass player sings as she dons a patriotic color scheme, alternating between red, white and blue attires.
I am America and my America, it don’t stand for this.
Spalding released the video as the Senate considers whether to continue restrictions on transfers from the prison camps in southeast Cuba.
Check out the moving video up top, which features cameos by Stevie Wonder and Harry Belafonte.