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Raw G talks about her new album, ‘Esperanza’

Raw G is an up-and-coming Bay Area bilingual MC who just dropped her debut album, “Esperanza.” For years she has established a local presence, burning up the opening act slot for performers in the Bay. But most importantly, Raw G is an established “raptivist” – an MC who is involved in activism. In fact, Raw G will donate all proceeds from “Esperanza” to a high school in Oakland that is dedicated to working with newly arrived immigrants. Check out Raw G in her own words.

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Joe Debro on racism in construction, Part 20

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St. John Coltrane Church celebrates 50th anniversary in San Francisco

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Caging poor people: Occupied Land Truth Tour through Southwest Turtle Island

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