Digital Underground June 16, 2012 Yoshi's Better than: Watching reruns of Juice on TV. Oakland's own Digital Underground is the group that gave a young Tupac Shakur his first significant start in the music business. But if not for the Black Panther Party, there probably wouldn't have been a Shakur ... More >>
By J POET Most people know that songs like "We Shall Overcome," "Blowin' in the Wind," and "We Shall Not Be Moved" were important parts of the soundtrack of the Civil Rights and Anti-War movements of the '60s. The Black Power movement also used music to inspire and motivate people. Longtime Bay Are ... More >>
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