Category Archives: Hip Hop & Politics

NPR Launches New Classic Hip Hop Review Series

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Independent Journalist Ralph L. Crowder III,  sits down with       Brother Ka’saan from Pelan AKA “The Bronx.” The conversation is an introduction to a new series broadcasting on a satellite network of Freedom Radio called NPR, (Negro Public Radio). Negro Public Radio will host a Classic Album Review series starting with a selection of their Top Ten Hip Hop List.

 

 

The Brothers of Umoja Part 2

Rare documentation of 1989 – 1995 African Centered campus organization. The Brothers of Umoja challenged the idea and realities of “Greek” identified fraternal groups at an HBCU located in Richmond, Virginia. Brother Ray Hendrickson guides further discussion and reflection on a powerful experience of Afrocentric youth culture in the golden era of Hip Hop. A Freedom Radio special news feature profiling an era of awakening at Virginia Union University and beyond.

The Brothers of Umoja Part 1

Rare documentation of 1989 – 1995 African centered campus organization that challenged the idea and realities of “Greek” identified social/fraternal groups at an HBCU located in Richmond, Virginia. Brother Ray Hendrickson guides intro discussion and reflects on a powerful experience of Afrocentric youth culture in the golden era of Hip Hop. An awakening at Virginia Union University and beyond.