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.
This week on Ñ Don’t Stop, we interview Rosa Clemente, independent journalist, Hip Hop activist, professor and 2008-vice presidential candidate for the Green Party. And in Rooftop Live, we welcome The South Bronx’s own, Divine RBG- grammy nominated artist, activist and emcee. Ñ Don’t Stop provides news, culture and entertainment, featuring interviews and
As the protests continue in Ferguson, Missouri, over the shooting of Michael Brown, we turn now to two well-known voices who have come to Ferguson to show their support.
Young Money Record’s Nicki Minaj apologized for using an iconic image of revolutionary human rights leader El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz (Malcolm X) to promote her new single “Lookin A** N***a”. Hip-Hop activist and 2008 Green Party Vice-Presidential candidate Rosa Clemente swiftly spearheaded a Change.org petition urging Minaj to remove the offensive and disrespectful image or face
[bigbutton url=”http://trggradio.org/trggr-radio-sista-cypha-rap-therapy-july-12-2013/” color=”red”]Click Here to Listen to the Panel 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. We kick off this episode with a powerhouse panel featuring four feminist warriors: Panel moderator: