2017-01-30 YCRadio The Swift Chancellor Report

Wes talks politics and organizing Hip-Hop as a political action tool in the age of Trump. Joined by Mona Faison, Executive Director of The Zero Campaign and Ebonie Jackson, VP of The Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival and Director of The Women's Center at York College, Wes and guests discuss the Muslim/Travel ban, Uber's shady practices, the ACLU's banner weekend, domestic violence education, criticism of the airline protests by Sage Steele and Hot 97's Ebro and more.

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