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Academics In Cars #10: Black Radicalism and Hip-Hop in Marijuana-Land with Sima Lee

Sima Lee RBG joined us for this edition of Academics In Cars. We talked about her artistry, activism, being Black, Queer and RBG, the slippery politics and economics of legalized marijuana and more!

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4 thoughts on “Academics In Cars #10: Black Radicalism and Hip-Hop in Marijuana-Land with Sima Lee

  1. Kwame Ture said: “There is a higher law than the law of government. That’s the law of conscience”. Sister, Sima Lee exemplifies this moral sense by taking revolutionary action with a vision of a society free from exploitation, to the streets.

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