The Wu-Tang Clan dropped a new music video for their song “A Better Tomorrow” this weekend, cutting together footage from the recent protests over the deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner with footage of speeches from President Obama, Martin Luther King Jr., and other civil rights leaders.
The video begins with a short clip of President Obama speaking at the White House Tribal Nations conference, then shifts directly into clips of protesters marching across the country.
“This visual was created by Wu-Tang Clan in the hopes of inspiring change and promoting unity throughout the world,” the recently reunited hip-hop group wrote in the caption under the YouTube video.
The video ends with a scrolling list of names of black men killed by police, sorted by year.
“This is not all of the names,” the video concludes. “When will it end?”
The rap group is not the first to use video footage from the recent unrest around the country for a music video; last week, Alicia Keys used footage from the protests in Ferguson for her new song, “We Gotta Pray.”