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ABC News: Why top protest songs in hip-hop don’t mention Donald Trump: ‘He’s irrelevant to the movement’
This article is courtesy of ABC News and originally posted on July 28, 2018 (you can find it here). Why top protest songs in hip-hop don't mention Donald Trump: 'He's irrelevant to the movement' By DEENA ZARU Upon jumping into the political fray, Donald...read more
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 5, 2018 Contact: Mark Antoniewicz 202.293.5902 email@example.com Washington, D.C. - In response to Scott Pruitt resigning as the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator, Dr. Mustafa Santiago...read more
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 27, 2018 Contact: Mark Antoniewicz 202.293.5902 firstname.lastname@example.org WASHINGTON, DC - In response to the news that United States Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy is retiring, Hip Hop Caucus President and CEO, Rev....read more
Hello world! We are 10 (!) episodes in to the Think 100% journey and I want to make sure you've noticed that we have some pretty powerful video clips up on our YouTube page. Check out some of the highlights below and stay tuned for more at Think100.info. ...read more
Mustafa Santiago Ali, Think 100% co-host and Hip Hop Caucus Senior Vice President, spent 24 years at the United States Environmental Protection Agency working to right wrongs, revitalize communities, and enhance programs that protect our health and planet....read more
Last Saturday was powerful, but the real work lays ahead. Our communities face daily gun violence. We need change and can’t wait any longer. Change happens by making sure we have power at the polls in November. So at March For Our Lives, we set out with...read more
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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.