Vodka (the remix): In support of the Russian vodka boycott

A new video, and album, from progressive activist Will Dollinger, in support of our the Russian vodka boycott over Russia’s recent crackdown on gay and trans people in that country.


It’s an interesting video. I was so-so on the original version of Vodka, but I really love this remix. Will’s songs will be available on iTunes and everywhere else next week. In the meantime, you can find more of Will’s music here.

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One Response to “Vodka (the remix): In support of the Russian vodka boycott”

  1. Bill_Perdue says:

    Boycotting booze is ok but the real boycott should be against the homophobes at NBC/MSNBC/Comcast. NBC was aware of the progress of the Russian bigot law as early as 2006: “Human Rights Watch (HRW) notes that before Sochi was chosen for the 2014 games, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and other stakeholders, including American multinational sponsors of the Winter Olympics, as well as NBC Universal, which has the broadcast contract, carefully tracked the path of the legislation… .”…

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