The leader of the UK Labour party, Jeremy Corbyn, gave an inspiring speech in front of thousands of festival-goers before Run the Jewels' performance on the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury this weekend.
In just 15 minutes, Corbyn discussed issues like climate change, income inequality, racism, sexism and refugee rights. He also gave props to young British voters who helped the Labour party secure 40 percent of the vote in the recent UK Election.
“Let us be together and recognize another world is possible if we come together to understand that, understand the power we’ve got,” he said.
“Creativity together can be a tool for getting our message across,” he told the crowd. “We’re at Glastonbury and doing things differently, doing things better.”
He also addressed U.S. President Donald Trump: “Build bridges, not walls.” Check out the full speech below.
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