images Harvard DJ uses 'hip hope' to preach social change

A Harvard Divinity School graduate student is trying to use hip-hop to spread a Christian message about social activism and social change.

Christopher Hope hosts a Saturday evening show called “Hip-Hope” radio on Harvard’s WHRB 95.3 FM. Hope plays contemporary rap music along with gospel hip-hop.

The 27-year-old says he uses the show as a way to introduce fans of traditional urban music to hip-hop with Christian themes. He says most gospel hip-hop have messages about civil rights and immigrant rights.

Hope recently authored a resolution calling for the city of Cambridge to support the DREAM Act – a federal proposal that would give undocumented students a path to citizenship through college enrollment. City councilors approved the resolution last week.

  1. Jack says:

    Another dumb liberal with no common sense

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