Kwabena Sakidi Jijaga Rasuli of the Clear the Airwaves Project joined us to discuss the politics of radio, the relationship between lived condition and media environment and movements occurring around the country to rid radio of “the wratchet.”

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This is the video of a slide presentation on Colonialism and Hip-Hop.  It is missing my narration but can likely be understood clearly enough.  Should anyone like to request further details or narrative “filling” they are welcome to email me at imixwhatilike@gmail.com or via @imixwhatilike  / much more on this can be found at imixwhatilike.org

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