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Viral Video Asks: Why I Think This World Should End

Viral Video Asks: Why I Think This World Should End

While politicians fail to act on climate, it's easy to lose hope and feel like the world is coming to an end. Richard Williams, better known by his stage name Prince EA, lays out in this viral video how bad of a condition the world is in today: "The air is polluted, the oceans are contaminated, the animals are going extinct."

Then Prince EA—a spoken word artist, music video director and human rights activist from St Louis, Missouri—poses the question: "So, what can we do in the midst of all this madness and chaos. What is the solution?"

Watch the video to find out:


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