A lot of writing has gone down this week, but, unfortunately, none of it has been for this site. I banged out a draft of the conclusion to my book, Hip Hop Genius. If you don’t know about the.
Hip-Hop Ed(itorials) This week some good articles about hip-hop education were posted online. I had the chance to write a bit about one of them–a guest post on the site AllHIpHop.Com by rapper.
My friend and mentor, Elliot Washor’s blog is called Tinking and Thinking. I like that, but I think it should be called, Tinking and Thinking and Linking. Because he often makes great connec.
Remember how much you enjoyed the Boondocks TV show theme song? (if you never heard it, you should click on the link and check it out) Or the ’90s hip-hop group Unspoken Heard? If so, then you&.
Okay, I know it’s a day late for Valentine’s Day, but you’ve gotta watch this sweet video that my comrade from high school, Si-Ruff (a.k.a. Simon Doolittle) put together. It stars .
After 200 years of destructive U.S. invasions and interventions into Haiti’s political and economic life, it has been good to see U.S. federal and municipal governmental bodies joining the globa.
Eight years ago today, Matthew Omisore was shot and killed at the corner of Prairie Avenue and Public Street. It was the day before Valentine’s Day and the day before his 19th birthday. As .
As a general rule, I feel that no matter how much I am thinking, reading and talking about race in my day-to-day grind, it’s not enough… Amidst updates from friends and artists I admire, I.
This just in–I’m gonna be writing a couple of articles each month for GOOD.is! Their education editor, Amanda Millner-Fairbanks has invited me to share my thoughts on education with th.