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Review of D. Watkins We Speak for Ourselves

Always on the look out for writing that will get my students excited about reading I picked up a copy of journalist and social commentator extraordinaire, D. Watkins’ We Speak for Ourselves: A Word from Forgotten Black America (2019) for … Continue reading

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CFP: Multi-Contributor Anthology of hip-hop essays

CFP: Multi-Contributor Anthology of hip-hop essays Hip hop has always been, and continues to be, so many things to so many people.  With roots in the past and yet at the same time a revolutionary style of music and expression … Continue reading

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CFP: Black and Brown Feminisms in Hip Hop Media

Black and Brown Feminisms in Hip Hop Media University of Texas at San Antonio – March 4-5, 2011 Black and Latina feminist scholars offer multiple ways of understanding feminist cultures that transcend ideological borders and patriarchal conventions. More recently, Black … Continue reading

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