| MEDIA COVERAGE |
“If you are not careful, the newspapers will have you hating the people that are being oppressed, and loving the people who are doing the oppressing.”
| FEATURED COVERAGE |
‘’We Don’t Have Time for This’: Activists at Party Headquarters Demand DNC Hold Climate Debate” (Common Dreams, June 2019)
Miami Under 40, Hip Hop Caucus’s Think 100%, and Paris to Pittsburgh producers collaborate in Miami screening (South FL Caribbean News, April 2019)
“The Breakfast Club” hosts 2020 Presidential Candidate, Gov. Jay Inslee (Daily Beast, March 2019)
Hip Hop Caucus President & CEO Rev Yearwood testifies in U.S. House of Representatives – House Committee on Natural Resources hearing “Climate Change: Impacts and the Need to Act” (February 2019)
Rev Yearwood and his celebrity-infused, nonpartisan Hip Hop Caucus not missing a beat (Urban Faith, February 2019)
“Congress Just Held Its First Climate Change Hearings In Years” (Gizmodo, February 2019)
Democrats move forward with Congressional climate change hearings (Rev. Yearwood witness) (Earth and Space Science News, February 2019)
Hearings headline hot week on climate (E&E News, February 2019)
Hip Hop Caucus speaks to UVA Jefferson School about mixing hip hop with environmental justice (CBS 19 News, January 2019)
Op-Ed: Trump bailed on Paris Agreement: DC goes green anyway (Grist, January 2019)
Rev Yearwood Gives Passionate Speech for Green New Deal (Now This, December 2018)
Respect my Vote hitting HBCUs to get the vote out for midterms (Billboard, November 2018)
The Hip Hop Caucus Represents Way More Than Music (BET, November 2018)
| RECENT RELEASES |
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