Black History Month

A diploma belonging to Harvard’s first African-American graduate, Richard T. Greener, has been the subject of concern after the man who discovered it threatened to…

In September 2012, producer, DJ and lecturer 9th Wonder announced that he was beginning a hip-hop fellowship at Harvard University. His experience contributing to the hip-hop archive at the Ivy League institution was documented by his friend and filmmaker Kenneth Price for “The Hip-Hop Fellow.” 9th Wonder: Is Jamla The Hillman College Of Hip-Hop? [EXCLUSIVE] […]

He started from the bottom in Fayetteville, North Carolina and now J. Cole is addressing students at Harvard University about his journey in hip-hop music. Roc Nation’s flagship artist spoke to a room full of Harvard students on Tuesday as part of a dissertation on hip-hop called “The Next Move: A Conversation With J. Cole.” […]

Grammy award winning rapper/producer David Banner will speak at The LA Riots: Twenty Years Later Conference taking place on April 27 & 28 at Harvard University. The conference brings together leading scholars, activists and artists to look back at –and forward from- the LA Riots. It will combine a critical retrospective examination of the uprising […]