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When people ignore the fact that wealth is more accessible to some than others, it leads to the assumption that wealth has a direct correlation to a person’s work and talents – as if there were no other factors involved.
After President Obama publically announced his support of same-sex marriage for the first time, Arro Verse, a publically out indie singer and songwriter, felt called to create a song commemorating this moment.