The Hip Hop Wars
Series that include this title
what we talk about when we talk about hip hop--and why it matters
Hip hop causes violence
Hip hop reflects black dysfunctional ghetto culture
Hip hop hurts black people
Hip hop is destroying America's values
Hip hop is demeans women
Hip hop's defenders
Just keeping it real
Hip hop is not responsible for sexism
"There are bitches and hoes"
We're not role models
Nobody talk about the positive in hip hop
Mutual denials in the hip hop wars
Progressive voices, energies, and visions
Six guiding principles for progressive creativity, consumption, and community in hip hop and beyond
From Library Staff
Never one to shy away from sensitive topics, Tricia Rose is a commendable voice in the culture. Any of her books are quality, thought-provoking works and The Hip-Hop Wars is no different. From a local to a national level, anyone involved in hip-hop can relate to this book.
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