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Taking a break with these jubilant street kids in Uganda as they lip-sync, get down and act out against police repression to the new song "Anti-Kale" by Ugandan pop star Spice Diana. The singer was recently arrested and beaten by their infamously abusive police; afterwards, she lamented, "Why should we be treated like strangers in our own country?” No thanks to Google translate, you have to coax out the story from the video. Still, the triumphal kids kill it.