Emma Goldman never actually uttered the line, "If I can't dance, I don't want to be part of your revolution." The now-famous abridgment of Goldman's sentiment was actually crafted by a New York T-shirt maker. But that minor detail hasn't stopped a host of artists from taking the slogan as their rallying cry. Be they Chumbawamba or Kathleen Hanna, the activists boogieing under Goldman's paraphrased banner usually come to the microphone by way of the megaphone -- picking up music as a way of... More >>>