Richard Wallace: From Chicago Hip Hop Artist to Equity And Transformation

Decarcerated

Aug 4 2018 • 1 hr 12 mins

Richard ‘Epic’ Wallace’s first claim to fame was

that Chance the Rapper used to open up

for hip hop crew, BBU (Bin Laden Blowin’ Up).

Trust me, I know, because he got me into

the V.I.P section of a Chance concert in South

Africa. In this episode, we talk about his

days as going through the juvenile justice

system in Chicago to his work as a union

organizer in Chicago.

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More information about  this episode of Decarcerated:

  • Check out his organization E.A.T. (Equity And Transformation) at www.eatchicago.org.  They are on Facebook at ‘ChicagoEat.’



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