Thompson Room, Barker Center, 12 Quincy Street, Cambridge, MA
Tef Poe is an American rapper, musician, and activist. He is one of the co-founders of the Hands Up United movement. Tef has consistently advocated for grass-roots movements in racial justice within and outside the United States. In his art and activism, he insists on the value of local people taking charge of conversations about their own communities rather than relying on national organizations.
We are now poised with an opportunity to fully confront the inequalities of this country. Black Americans worked together as a collective to protect the Obama Administration’s credibility. For the next four years, we will bear witness to a presidential administration that could care less about the energy we have invested. The cultural connections between hip hop and black resistance will never fade away. When protests and mobilizations don't work, we must learn to use music concerts as a resistance tool.
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