A new tactic has been dubbed the "Poopootov" in a play on the Molotov cocktails often seen at streets protests...
Hillary Clinton is about to feel the pain next month, when she visits Medgar Evers College...
Matthew Duncan works vigorously to teach his Ottawa Hills High School pupils about graffiti, emceeing (motivational rap), breakdancing, deejaying,
A new two-minute documentary by a hip-hop photographer highlights stories of friendships and community bonds...
Goldlink is linking up with thousands of students in his hometown of D.C.,through a partnership with the local parks and recreation department.
DJ Khaled helped over 20,000 students figure out how to go to college. Read this...
Black students have had enough of Donald Trump, so a protest is going down...
This 5,000 pound beast needs $9 million bucks to mate.
Read how this guy went from robbing banks to teaching students!
President Obama explains all the challenges he had as student after he graduated.
One professor in Durham is going to run for Mayor and he's asking Hip-Hop heads for help!
Rakeem Jones is flipping the script on the negative publicity after being punched at a Donald Trump rally.
Heads rolled and the money flowed...
Earth Day is upon us. And as you view this article on your phone or computer, you are helping to ruin the environment. And, just having our website up for you to even read these pieces damages our ecosystem. Sorry.
According to Odaymara Cuesta from the lesbian Cuban hip-hop band Krudas Cubensi, there's a gay person in every family in Cuba. But a lot needs to change in Cuba before its lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) citizens are able to expose their true identity without fear of discrimination in an island nation once notoriously hostile toward them, she said.
Young Thug is linking with students at Syracuse University to do some good for the residents in Flint, Michigan
An attempt to offer students advice on how to handle conversations about race and politics with family members over the holiday have backfired in the face of Harvard administrators and the President, Drew G. Faust. The beef erupted over the language on laminated placemats titled “Holiday Placemat for Social Justice.”
In Angola, over half of the population lives off $2 a day even though the country is Africa’s second biggest oil exporter. So Ikonoklasta and a group of rappers began using Hip-Hop to protest the government. President dos Santos has done everything he can to disrupt the rappers lives, from planting cocaine on Ikonoklasta to beating up the rapper’s longtime collaborators.
The Presidents of Harvard and Yale (who has its first Black Dean) have managed to keep their jobs so far, despite many racially charged incidents at each university. There's fresh criticism of how the administration has handled escalating confrontations on campuses. It is coming from "the other side."
We must give newly freed prisoners the tools they need to succeed, if we want to keep the recidivism rate low.
A student went toe-to-toe with a Fox News anchor in defense of the #blacklivesmatter movement.
Student Taylor Ward was stunned when she saw the stamp on her hand after she entered a bar named Reggie's last week in Baton Rouge. Apparently, each week patrons’ hands are stamped after they enter the venue. When Ward looked at her stamp, she noticed the stamp read "Reggin." When you view the word backwards, it spells out "nigger.”
A New York woman named Lauren Singer wants you to change the way you think about trash. Over the past TWO years, she's only produced enough to fill a little mason jar!
Violent, Racist Call To African-American Studies Department causes heightened security at Yale. But the students aren't being punked and took their anger to the President of the University's house!
Students and Faculty at Vassar College did something interesting with the Constitution...
Demonstrators gathered at 115 locations around the United States as part of the Million Student March on Thursday to demand free college tuition and the cancellation of all student debt. The movement, which was widely organized on social media, used the hashtag "Million Student March."
"My unit could be heard from a distance of several hundred meters as we walked along on patrol. It gave the Viet Cong warning we were coming, but we did not give a damn." - Stephen E Atkins, PhD.
Mark Cuban Offers Great Advice to High School and College Students
Shaq's Lesson in Team Building
While the music industry in the United States wonders what's up with the beef between Maybach Music Group artists Wale and Meek Mill, a different international feud has reached crisis level.
"Mutual expressions of solidarity have helped to generate a vigorous political kinship linking black organizers, scholars, cultural workers and political prisoners in the U.S. with Palestinian activists, academics, political prisoners, and artists." - Angela Davis
Mare, 28, an indigenous Zapotec, has made a name for herself on the Latin American hip-hop scene. Her rap stands out in part because of her indigenous roots, the poverty she's endured, as well as her politicised upbringing.
Hundreds and thousands of African-American men and women gathered on the National Mall in Washington DC, to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the Million Man March.
A music theory professor at Indiana University is exploring the complexities of Hip-Hop culture through the Jacob School of Music. It is the first time a film series of this sort has been presented at IU Cinema, the campus’ movie theater.
The Black Student Union at UC Berkeley is pushing back against the treatment of African Americans on the campus.
Protests are taking place on the campus of UCLA, thanks to Kanye West themed a fraternity/sorority party that has sparked outrage.