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‘Hip-Hop Revolution: Photographs’ chronicles the rise of rap music

‘Hip-Hop Revolution: Photographs’ chronicles the rise of rap music

THE EARLY DAYS OF HIP-HOP come alive in all their beautiful, vivid detail at the newly opened “Hip-Hop Revolution: Photographs by Janette Beckman, Joe Conzo, and Martha Cooper.” The exhibition presents captivating images from the early years of a now-global culture rooted in the streets of New York, through the work of three city-based photographers. […]

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SMU students bring African American literature off the page and onto the stage

SMU students bring African American literature off the page and onto the stage

Southern Methodist University’s graduate students perform African American Fiction: Interpretation of African American Literature through spoken word.

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HipHop & Poetry

Presented by LATINOSNYC, hosted by Majestik Originality Featuring: La Bruja, Mazzi & Sneakas, Dr. Loco, Division X And Also OL SOUL R.E.C. Date & Time: Fri, Mar. 19, 2010 @ 7:00-9:00PM Location: Nuyorican Poets Cafe 236 E.3rd St., NYC, (212) 505-8183 Admission: $10.00 Come thru if you want to listen to some really good music […]

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Farrago Poetry

Farrago Poetry

Emcee John Paul O’Neill Date & Time: Thu., Feb. 4, 2010 @ 7:30-10:30PM Location: RADA Foyer Bar, Malet St, WC1. Nearest Tube: Goodge St. Got a broken heart? Need a spare? Come along & win a new one tonight! Open to ANY poet SLAM! Poems with a loving theme score double! The downright sleazy zero! […]

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What’s in a Name?

What’s in a Name?

There’s been an ongoing controversy about El Museo del Barrio in New York City and their literary program “Spic up/Speak Out.” However, a few brave Latino artists and activists argued the El Museo del Barrio crossed the line and goes against the very reasons why the museum was initially founded in the first place.

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