Hip Hop, Music & Politics at NCCU

I’m teaching a new course at North Carolina Central University called: Hip Hop, Music and Politics. The class explores the relationships between music and various political movements. By addressing music of artists like KRS-One, Bob Marley, Billie Holiday and Lauryn Hill we gain invaluable insight into the Stop the Violence, Rastafari, Anti-Lynching and Women’s Movements. Check me out of facebook to learn more about the class and curriculum.


1 Comment to ‘Hip Hop, Music & Politics at NCCU’:

  1. Nicole on 20 Jan 2011 at 1:19 am: 1

    Check out my book on Black on Black Racism “The Blacker Berry Tells the Truth”
    https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/36445 May bring up some good discussion points:)

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