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Rapper R-Mean Performs at Tommy Trojan for Armenian Genocide

The famous rapper performed in remembrance of the Armenian Genocide. 

Famous Armenian rapper R-Mean made an appearance at Tommy Trojan to perform on the anniversary of the Armenian Genocide. 

Students gathered to hear him perform "Open Wounds," a song that alludes to the aftermath of the Armenian Genocide, also known as the Armenian Holocaust. 

R-Mean also spearheads the movement Open Wounds 1915 which aims to increase awareness of the genocide through hip-hop and merchandise.  

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