With the current political climate in the United States, and the black community’s ongoing struggle to protect ourselves from trigger-happy police officers, it isn’t easy to be black in America right now. But public figures, activists and artists everywhere are trying to gather what they can to start to plant seeds for the future. Among many examples, Killer Mike showed amazing force in Atlanta when he helped organize thousands of new patrons for black owned banks.
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Now, a group of well-known rappers from Houston, including Slim Thug are taking his lead to do something good for their local community. Click on the player above to hear Headkrack explain more on this exclusive video edition of the Hip-Hop Spot.
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