In memory of Michael Jackson on this, the 2nd Anniversary of his death, a little something that would make him smile:

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And, for your viewing pleasure — “They Don’t Care About Us”
filmed in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and directed by Spike Lee

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One Reply to “Two Years After His Death the Spirit of Michael Jackson Keeps Brazilian Kids Out of Trouble”

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