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Fight the Power: Culture War

Hip hop artists of the ’90s earned enemies from all sides of the political establishment.

By Christina Zeiders

Fight the Power: Under Siege

“The hip hop community has, from the start, been doing what the rest of media is only now catching up to.”

By Christina Zeiders

WITF Music: Sir Dominique Jordan

Community, creativity, integrity, responsibility.
By Joe Ulrich

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Fight The Power: How Hip Hop Changed the World

Discover the factors that led to the birth of hip hop and how it has evolved since its first hit in 1982.

By Christina Zeiders

Lancaster African-American artists share their stories, work and connection to Martin Luther King Jr.

On The Spark Monday Sir Dominique Jordan, spoken word and hip-hop artist, and Joshua Beltre, engagement specialist of the arts for the City of Lancaster, musician and spoken word artist, shared how they’re pushing Dr. King’s mission forward through art and their work in the community.

By Aniya Faulcon

‘Feeling is healing’: Mental health summit in Olney uses hip-hop as therapy

“Trauma is something that takes a toll on you."
By Emily Scott/WHYY

WITF Music: Milan Credle

By Joe Ulrich

Black Violin

By Joe Ulrich