Does this name sound familiar to you? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Assata_Shakur
I think we all know the general gist of the story about Tupac Shakur - and the influence he's had on a generation (and the uprising of violence in hip-hop).
Regardless of how you feel about rap/hip hop in America (I'm a fan of some of it), it is instrumental in creating the culture of us vs them that prevails today. I'm not denigrating rap here - there's plenty of it that exists outside this scope - but what I am saying is that the predominant forces of rap and hip-hop have conspired to help create the narrative that divides America.
These are the idols of the artists that brainwash your children. And they're now focused on bringing Islam into your living room too, with plenty of rappers glorifying Farrakhan and the Nation of Islam - or converting to become Muslims (Busta Rhymes for instance).
The Islamic movement and the Black Supremacy movement are linked. Just look at Beyoncé's husband (wearing his 1% chains) and Beyoncé herself, (championing the Black Panthers).