Youth Movements, Black Lives Matter, and College Campuses
When I organized hip hop-related events in conjunction with my Language and Culture of Hip Hop class, I was struck by the reactions of African-American students who attended. As I noted in Chapter 5, one student told me, “This is the best cultural event I’ve gone to all year.” Over one hundred students attended the Brooklyn Hip Hop Workshop performance, which was very high attendance for a cultural event.
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