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ADD YOUR NAME: Tell Connecticut Chief State’s Attorney: Provide the people with an immediate fair, moral, and transparent independent investigation that holds all officers involved accountable. SIGN HERE Two weeks ago police officers in Connecticut opened fire on...read more
Hip Hop Caucus’ Think 100% Platform Screens Paris to Pittsburgh Documentary in Cities Across America for Earth Month to Inspire More Grassroots Action in Communities Impacted First and Worst by Climate Change Documentary distributed by National Geographic tells...read more
MUST LISTEN: Nathan Phillips, Indigenous Leaders, and Catholic Priest Speak Out After Indigenous People’s March
LISTEN TO THIS THINK 100% PODCAST EPISODE NOW Nathan Phillips is the Native American elder and veteran who peacefully stepped in when the students of Covington Catholic High School had worked themselves into a mob on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial following the...read more
This article was originally published on the Clean Water For All Coalition homepage here. For more information, please contact Media@HipHopCaucus.org. WASHINGTON (December 11, 2018) – The Trump administration took action today to weaken key parts of the Clean Water...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.