Celebrating fifty years of Hip-Hop cultural history, Freedom Moves travels across generations and beyond borders to understand Hip-Hop’s transformative power as one of the most important arts movements of our time. This book gathers scholars, artists, activists, and youth organizers in a wide-ranging exploration of Hip-Hop as a musical movement, a powerful catalyst for activism, and a culture that offers new ways of thinking and doing freedom. Join H. Samy Alim, Jeff Chang, Casey Wong, Bryonn Bain, and Joan Morgan as they discuss this new book and the 50th anniversary of Hip-Hop.
Books will be available for purchase from Reparations Club.
Presented in partnership with the Ralph J. Bunch Center for African American Studies, UCLA
California African American Museum 600 State Drive Los Angeles, CA 90037
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