New York, NY —
For several years, activists in the UK have waged a campaign against homophobic songs in dancehall, a modern form of Reggae. Now the campaign is growing in North America. Concerts are being picketed and i-Tunes Canada recently announced it was pulling all homophobic dancehall songs from its website. As Jonah Engle reports, the campaign is stirring up a debate that is pitting human rights against artistic license.