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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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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Jay-Z Speaks on His Writing Process – VIDEO

The first week of March, I sent out a link (via Twitter and Facebook) to an article in which Xzibit, Pusha T (from the Clipse), Drake and Nicki Minaj speak about their writing processes. Then last wee.

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Good Hip-Hop Ed(itorial) by Asheru

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&.

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