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February 12, 2021 39 min
Hip-Hop is more than just a genre of music; it is a form of resistance and storytelling. Hip-Hop also plays an integral role in Black Movements. We speak with Msia Kibona Clark, Associate Professor of African cultural & feminist studies in the Department of African Studies at Howard University. Her work examines hip-hop in Africa’s importance as social commentary, especially around Pan Africanism and African feminist thought. Msia describes the parallels and differences of Hip-Hop culture in the states and on the continent. Co-hosted by Rhiki Swinton and Trevor Loduem-Jackson: audio edited by Gilbert Daniel Bwette.
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