Last night I talked about the first time I was sexually abused at the age of 6, why we must #muteRKelly and the problem of abusers in Hip Hop culture.
Rosa Clemente speaks at Rock the School Bells at Skyline College about the essence of hip hop, the legacy of speaking truth to power, and the dire context of an administration lead by an overt White Supremacist.
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.
Ñ Don't Stop - Rosa Clemente & Divine RBGWatch this video on YouTube Ñ Don't Stop - Rosa Clemente & Divine RBG (Part 2)Watch this video on YouTube 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