Hip Hop culture has always existed to facilitate a reclamation of space for the silenced majority and marginalized communities in the face of social, political, and economic oppression.
An Interview by Tanisha C. Ford for The Feminist Wire. Rosa Clemente is an Afro-Puerto Rican grassroots community organizer, Hip-Hop activist, independent journalist, and scholar. She is a feminist we love because she boldly continues in the radical activist tradition of Assata Shakur. The Bronx native is a prominent voice of the Hip Hop generation.
From Davey D: “The other day, long time Hip Hop activist and former Vice Presidential candidate for the Green Party Rosa Clemente responded to Rick Ross’s rape lyric with a stinging rebuttal that she posted on youtube.. It was a stark reminder of whats at stake in terms of whats at stake.. Clemente ask for men in
[bigbutton url=”http://trggradio.org/rosa-clemente-vs-rick-ross/” color=”red”]Listen to the Discussion on TRGGR Radio[/bigbutton] Broadcasting live every friday from 6-8pm on 91.1fm, TRGGR Radio is a space of grassroots intellectual thought that seeks to inspire thoughts into action and TRGGR ideas into motion. This week Chris and Rec sat down with TRGGR family Rosa Clemente to critique Rick Ross’s recent lyric
Originally aired on April 1, 2013 and hosted by Marc Lamont Hill for the Huffington Post. “From Rick Ross to Lil Wayne, rappers are catching flack about their socially insensitive lyrics. But when do words cross the line and should lyrics be policed?” Guests: Jamilah Lemieux @JamilahLemieux (New York, NY) News and Lifestyle Editor at