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Radiohead Sheds Light On Human Trafficing

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In the past Ecorazzi has told you all about Radiohead’s environmental agenda and political ideology, so it’s no surprise that the dudes of Radiohead are speaking out once again.

Radiohead is teaming up with MTV to raise awareness about child slavery and sex trafficking. In their new video, All I Need,  we see a split-screen view of the lives of two boys — one in white suburbia and one in an Asian sweatshop. The message: some things cost most more than you realize.

Thom Yorke admits this was a risky move for MTV to make on a purely advertising level. Thom says: “With the (‘All I Need’) video, their lawyers had to beg to make sure there wasn’t a single white trainer with a logo on it because the implication would be a little too close. But the implication is still there.” 

Check out the video below.

 

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