The Black Rhyme Organisation to Help Equal Rights (B.R.O.T.H.E.R. ) was a 1989 protest supergroup founded in the United Kingdom by the raga-rap group Gatecrash and a collective of Hip hop musicians to protest the policies of apartheid in South Africa.
The group's debut single, Beyond the 16th Parallel, was released on Island Records "4th & Broadway" label. It was followed by a music video. The artists involved donated all royalties to the African National Congress.
The second B.R.O.T.H.E.R. project was a three-track EP, Ghettogeddon, focusing on the issue of inner city gun culture in the early 1990s. The artists involved donated all royalties to SCAR, Sickle Cell Anemia Research.