Florida A&M students are encouraged to support the Hip-Hop Caucus, National Wildlife Federation, Green Coalition and the FAMU Environment and Sustainability Council in an attempt to enhance the environment.
There will be two live DJs spinning hip-hop music and a rally in support of clean energy and climate legislation.
Special guest appearances will include prominent figures such as Reverend Lennox Yearwood, Jr., Representative Alan Williams, SGA Vice President Calvin Hayes and Ryan Mitchell, FAMU senior environmental specialist.
FAMU was selected to carry out this program due to its student interest and involvement in finding real solutions to the climate and energy crises.
The event is free, open to the public and will be held north of the School of Journalism and Graphic Communication building at the intersection of Gamble Street and Wahnish Way.