Education & Cultural Identity: Hip Hop Culture's Aim Toward the Re-Africanization of the Acculturated Subject

Education & Cultural Identity: Hip Hop Culture's Aim Toward the Re-Africanization of the Acculturated Subject

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The experiences of post Civil Rights African Americans born between 1965 and 1975 is of unique importance as they were the first generation to: (1) benefit and suffer from bussing policies associated with school desegregation and integration, (2) suffer as youth from the political regime and conservatism of the Reagan years, and (3) contribute to the foundation of Hip Hop culture either through active participation or consumption of Hip Hop cultural text.[ My parents] moved to North Buffalo, a predominantly white area, we were one of the few black families in the area. ... I went to [Forest Park], in between I won a writing essay and honestly that was my ticket into [Forest Park]. I went to [Forestanbsp;...


Title:Education & Cultural Identity: Hip Hop Culture's Aim Toward the Re-Africanization of the Acculturated Subject
Author: Eric Jay Rosser
Publisher:ProQuest - 2008
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