Hip Hop Caucus

Address: 
1638 R Street, NW #120, Washington, DC 20009
817 Los Angeles st, 4B, Los Angeles, CA 90014
Volunteering opportunities: 
Yes

Hip Hop Caucuas organizes 14 – 40 year-olds, who identify with Hip Hop Culture, and share values of justice, equality, and opportunity.
Through their Grassroots Leadership Development,  they provide leadership training and real-world civic leadership opportunities for cultural influencers at the grassroots level.
Communicate to Large Audiences: Through partnerships with artists, celebrities, and media we drivenarratives about important issues through cultural channels reaching millions of people.
Cultivate and Promote Thought Leadership: We source solutions for local to global challenges from our communities and advocate for them to decision makers and influencers.

 

 

Founded in 2004, Hip Hop Caucus is a national, non-profit and non-partisan organization that connects the Hip Hop community to the civic process to build power and create positive change. The Hip Hop Caucus emerged from four organizations in 2004: Russell Simmons’ Hip Hop Summit Action Network, P. Diddy’s Citizen Change (“Vote Or Die!”), Jay Z’s “Voice Your Choice”, and AFL-CIO’s “Hip Hop Voices.” Over the past decade Hip Hop Caucus has become a sustainable organization with grassroots infrastructure in eighteen (18) major U.S. cities. We strategically partner with entertainment industry leaders and national and local advocacy organizations, and we have a respected presence in the halls of the U.S. Congress, the White House, many federal agencies, and the United Nations.

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