Hip Hop For Change aims to empower and inspire

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Khafre Jay was raised in Hunters Point in San Francisco, “a spot that’s not on the tourist map at all,” as he puts it... “You could tell the audience really cared, they weren’t just there for the music,” said Sejal Choksi-Chugh, executive director of environmental nonprofit San Francisco’s Baykeeper, who was a panelist at the last Environmental Equity Summit. She appeared along with Davey D, a hip-hop journalist, as well as other professionals in the field of environmental science.

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