Public Enemy

Chuck D and Ernie Isley. Black men in black pants and hats and blue and black shirts join fists in front of red and brown chairs and brown floor and white wall with multicolored photos and artwork

Chuck D and Ernie Isley Talk Two Generations of 'Fight the Power'

The songwriters discuss their social justice anthems and the Black resistance that inspired them.

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Public Enemy, The Roots to Perform at New Smithsonian Museum Opening

The Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture officially opens on September 24. Visitors can celebrate at a three-day festival.

Michelle Alexander in black jacket and grey shirt, holding black microphone; Jesse Williams in blue suit and white shirt, holding black microphone

Michelle Alexander, Jesse Williams to Feature at Inaugural 'Many Rivers To Cross' Festival

Sankofa.org, the human rights organization founded by musician and longtime activist Harry Belafonte, just announced the new arts and social justice festival.

D.C. Rapper Tarica June Tackles Gentrification and Power on 'But Anyway'

Check out the new video, which features the Washington, D.C., native visiting gentrified parts of the city she loves.

4 Tracks That Prove David Bowie's Influence on Hip-Hop

The trailblazing artist died yesterday, January 10, at the age of 69.