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01/25/2013 02:25 pm ET

Rockers Ozomatli Help Students Learn About Immigration Reform

In Wesley Perez's AP U.S. history and government classes at Hawthorne High School, the Bill of Rights weren't just taught. They were sung.

Perez took funk-infused Latino beats from Los Angeles rockers Ozomatli and wrote his own lyrics to the band's song "After Party."

Oye Baby, oye mami, how I love the Bill of Rights

The first right is freedom of speech, freedom of the cross, and freedom of the press is tight…

On Tuesday, the band furthered its contribution to Perez's class by showing up at Hawthorne's Nyman Hall to discuss immigration reform, capitalism, equal rights and community development.

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