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
“We need a very serious and healing discussion on depression for the Hip Hop generation. As one who suffers from depression myself, it breaks my heart to see those lose this very difficult and often lonely battle.” – After hearing of Chris Lighty’s death 8/30/12 Right now I should be finishing a paper for my
[bigbutton url=”http://trggradio.org/stigma-of-incarceration-panel-mount-holyoke-college/” color=”red”]Listen to the Panel hosted on TRGGR Radio[/bigbutton] The Untouchable Caste of the United States: The Stigma of Incarceration and the Metamorphosis of Legal Discrimination Mount Holyoke College – South Hadley, Massachusetts – April 11, 2012 A panel featuring Rosa Clemente Jasiri X Jared Ball and Marc Lamont Hill moderated by Chris Tinson
This panel, held at the National Conference for Media Reform in Boston on April 9, analyzed the political trajectory of hip hop culture. The panelists spoke about their current work in articulating new perspectives on hip-hop, organizing and scholarship relative to black and brown communities around the nation and world. The panel highlighted the dire
This episode was conducted on March 21st, 2011 by Mark Anthony Neal, Duke University Professor and host of Left of Black. Left of Black host Mark Anthony Neal is joined by Rosa Clemente, the 2008 Green Party Vice-Presidential candidate in a conversation about the historic Green Party ticket in 2008, contemporary Black activism and Hip-Hop.
“Each generation out of relative obscurity, must discover its mission, fulfill it, or betray it.” – Frantz Fanon It has been 45 days since the Hip Hop generation helped usher in the first Black male President of the United States of America. Since that historic night, many within Hip Hop culture, like writer Greg Kot