Our Village @ Climate Week NYC 2019

Hip Hop Caucus has teamed up with  If Not Us Then Who to host Our Village at Climate Week NYC 2019! Our Village explores innovative solutions to the demands of indigenous peoples and communities of color to support locally driven action on the climate crisis,...

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Celebrate Hip Hop Caucus’ 15th Anniversary!

RSVP for the Party - Sept 14 in D.C. Hip Hop Caucus started on September 11, 2004, when we held an event at Howard University that brought together Young People, Hip Hop Artists, Activists, and Members of Congress -- igniting a force to speak truth to power in...

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RSVP: Climate Strike!

The Amazon Rainforest is on fire. The Arctic ice-caps are melting at an alarming rate. The world just experienced the hottest month ever.  More intense storms, floods, wildfires, and droughts are devastating communities and ecosystems around the world, causing...

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Hurricane Katrina 14th Anniversary March & Second Line

New Orleans Community, Hip Hop Artists, and Activists to Commemorate the 14th Anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, call for leaders to act on climate and justice New Orleans, Louisiana – To remember the lives lost, honor the resiliency of the community, and advocate for...

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Think 100%

 “The Coolest Show On Climate Change”

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Our People’s Climate Music project has released a cover of “Here Comes the Sun” by Grammy nominated artists Antonique Smith and Jeremih. Their interpretation of “Here Comes the Sun” is a message of hope and affirmation of our humanity and goodness when it comes to coming together to help each other in disaster and crises, regardless of our differences or divisions. Get the song now, the profits from this record are being donated to Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria relief efforts in frontline communities.

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