Enough is Enough March & Rally in Washington, DC - November 16 & 17, 2007
This information has been gathered from the folks of Hip Hop Caucus and mad folks who e-mailed this information to me - if you are in the Washington, DC area during this time, this would be worthy to check out and see what's good and go hard to make a difference:
The Hip Hop Caucus has announced a ‘Major’ mobilization on November 17th, 2007 at the Washington Monument for Peace and Justice.
Starting with the murder of Sean Bell in New York earlier this year, to the mass mobilization for the Jena 6, to the rape, torture and killing of Megan Williams in West Virginia, to the ruling that sided with the Juvenile Boot Camp Guards who killed Martin Lee Anderson in Florida, to the nooses appearing on University of Maryland's campus, at the Tupac Shakur (2Pac) Center and throughout the country, to most recently the murder of 14 year-old DeOnte Rawlings in Washington, DC by an off duty police officer - The Hip Hop Caucus says as a community we must say "Enough is Enough!"
On Friday, November 16th, 2007 there will be a march around the Department of Justice, and the following day, on Saturday, November 17th, 2007 there will be a rally and concert at the Washington Monument against Hate Crimes and Police Brutality.
The Hip Hop Caucus and many others plan to gather from noon until dark, with speakers and performers in the Sylvan Theatre to continue the momentum of organized protest against the most recent cases of hate crimes, and racism in the criminal justice system.
For more information about the march and the rally, please E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, call 202-787-5256 or go to the Hip-Hop Caucus website at http://www.hiphopcaucus.org.
Bonus: DJ Chela - Make Hip Hop, Not War Mixtape
1. Intro - A Change Gon' Come
2. Joel Ortiz ft. Immortal Technique - Modern Day Slavery
3. Hasan Salaam - Tales of the Lost Tribe
4. M-1 - Elements
5. K Salaam ft Papoose - To the Rescue
6. Pharoahe Monch - Push
7. Common - My Way Home
8. Nas - Warrior Song 9th Wonder RMX
9. Congressman Grijalva Speaks
10. A Alikes - Share
11. J. Bully - Pull the Troops
12. Akir - Apocalypse
13. Papoose - Law Library pt. 1
14. Saigon ft Stic.Man - Nobody Cares
15. Artic - Busses and Trains
16. Dj Chela - Stanley "Tookie" Williams R.I.P.
17. Dj Chela - "I Am Sean Bell"
18. Grafh - Black Panther
19. Saigon - Color Purple
20. Mystik - Ghetto Birds
21. Big Boi - War
22. Decora of ReadNex - Rush
23. Timz - Iraq
24. Queengodis - Alive
25. Fam Famil - Thank You
26. KRS ONE - Ah Yeah
27. Emoni Fela - Black Isis
28. Outkast - Liberation
29. Outtro - We Stand United!
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