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Hip Hop Activism Reconsidered

Fight the Power: Breakin Down Hip Hop Activism, co-edited by provocative and Fiercely intelligent Hip Hop heads Arash Daneshzadeh, Anthony J. Nocella II, Chandra Ward, and Ahmad Washington, is a fresh thought-provoking book that engages in social justice, Black Lives Matter, Hip Hop, youth culture, and current affairs. This must-read is a timely and powerfully engaging collection of interviews by outstanding, brilliant BIPOC Hip Hop activists from around the United States. Their stories are a poignant testimony for what is happening in the streets against racism, classism, police brutality, prisons, hate groups, and white supremacy. This dope-ass book that screams loud FTP is perfect for any reader at any age.

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  1. “In my opinion, if your songs or rhymes are not challenging information, the establishment, or at the very least stereotypical mindsets, you’re not hardcore, you’re just profane”: ( Kool Mo Dee; ‘There’s a God on the Mic’ ).

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