We The People

A smiling Chicano/Native man passes out colorful protest posters on a sunny day in L.A.

Meet Ernesto Yerena Montejano, the Artist Behind the Ubiquitous 'We the Resilient' Protest Poster

Chicano/Native/Yaqui artist Ernesto Yerena Montejano explores questions of identity, gender norms, politics and spirituality in his vibrant illustrations, prints and collages. Here, an intimate portrait of the man behind the ”We the Resilient” image you keep seeing at protests across the country. 

Black man in blue hat and jacket next to black man in green-and-brown camouflage shirt next to Black man in black sweatshirt and hat, all on black stage

A Tribe Called Quest Launches New Pandora Station

“We the People” kicked off with a dope, era-spanning mixtape featuring Slick Rick, TLC and more. 

Protest crowd with red signs with white ink filling city square

WATCH: A Tribe Called Quest Inspires Mass Protest in New Music Video

The politically charged “We the People…” features on the group’s final album, “We Got it From Here…Thank You 4 Your Service.”

The White House at sunrise

White House Responds to Petition to Declare Black Lives Matter a Hate Group: Nah

“We shouldn’t get too caught up in this notion that somehow people who are asking for fair treatment are somehow, automatically, anti-police, are trying to only look out for Black lives as opposed to others.”