Harvard Educational Review of Hip Hop Genius

This month, the Harvard Educational Review released its first issue focused on arts education in 22 years. The journal featured a review of Hip Hop Genius: Remixing High School Education. Click on th.

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Emcees Speak on High School: Virtuoso

In March of 2012 a young writer and educator named Joseph Poirier submitted an essay to the Husslington Post. Through an email exchange it was uncovered that coincidentally Joseph and Sam Seidel, the .

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Oct 23rd #HipHopEd Twitter Chat Featuring Hip Hop Genius

UPDATE: Click here for a link to the archived chat that occurred on the 23rd. Thanks to all who joined–and thanks to Amil Cook for “chirpifying” the chat! ORIGINAL POST: Two years a.

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Emcees Speak on High School: Natural Born Spitters aka N.B.S.

In March of 2012 a young writer and educator named Joseph Poirier submitted an essay to the Husslington Post. Through an email exchange it was uncovered that coincidentally Joseph and Sam Seidel, the.

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Emcees Speak on High School: Pat Russell ‘89 aka Illin’ P

In March of 2012 a young writer and educator named Joseph Poirier submitted an essay to the Husslington Post.  Through an email exchange it was uncovered that coincidentally Joseph and Sam Seidel, th.

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Interview with Brazilian Journalist and Activist Daniela Gomes

In this interview, Husslington Post correspondent, Amil Cook, goes in depth with journal/scholar/activist Daniela Gomes about her fight against racism in Brazil.  This is the first installment in wha.

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Losing my cool over “Losing My Cool”

The original title of Thomas Chatterton Williams’s book, Losing My Cool: Love, Literature, and a Black Man’s Escape from the Crowd was Losing My Cool: How a Father’s Love and 15,000.

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Damn What A Shame – Jacob Delgado Rest In Peace

Today is the ninth anniversary of the death of a friend and former student. Jacob Delgado was 19 when he was shot and killed on Broad Street in Providence, RI.  He was an artist and employee at the .

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Appetite for Synthetic Beef

The other day I was riding the train from New York to Providence.  Somewhere in Connecticut, a big man with an Irish accent got on and sat down across from me.  He struck up a conversation about all.

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High School for Recording Arts Cover Story in the City Pages

Last week, the Twin Cities’ City Pages published a cover story about Hip Hop High–the High School for Recording Arts in St Paul, Minnesota.  The article touches on HSRA’s unique bra.

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