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Prince Solomon; my in depth take on Hip Hop and our culture, from the hallmark moments like when Jay-Z and Nas got together by squashing their beef. But enough of that sappy sh*t, I will also being hit em' up like Tupac towards those wack Negros and wonder breed hipsters. If you are into Hip Hop news, critiques, social commentary and straight up comedy, park your a** here. I am out, one.
The charismatic history enthusiast and actor Byron C. Saunders takes to the virtual air waves to deliver his unique brand of social commentary fused with fascinating historical information. Byron brings on exceptional guest from the political, theatrical and educational community to discuss all the issues that really matter to us. Mr. Saunders has brought personality and powerful insights back to radio!
Award winning journalist, activist and talk show host Earl Morgan teams up with community organizer Tinia Bland for a unique look into the people, politics and places that make Jersey City, New Jersey one of the fastest growing cities in the nation. Viewers can expect an exciting, engaging and candid audio and visual experience. The show is filmed in front of a live audience at the renowned Brightside Tavern also in Jersey City, N.J.
The Universal Hip Hop Parade for Social Justice (UHHP) is the world’s first parade dedicated to encouraging social justice while celebrating Hip Hop culture. It models the principles taught by human rights activist Marcus Garvey, such as self-determination and positive esteem – principles that also founded Hip Hop culture. As a culture, Hip Hop has influenced the world and at its roots is a platform for which struggling people manifest their dreams. UHHP’s mission is to highlight the positive nature of Hip Hop and empathize its potential to educate and motivate communities around the world.